CHICAGO — The Cook County, Ill., Board of Commissioners Friday approved a new $3.2 billion spending plan for fiscal 2014 that raises no taxes and relies on new federal health care funds aid to offset chronic shortfalls in its massive health system.

The budget plan does not tackle the county's growing pension liability, which analysts have said poses a threat to its fiscal stability.

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