Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn last week signed legislation that gives school districts greater flexibility in borrowing for cash-flow purposes.

The law allows a district to establish a line of credit with a bank or other financial institution. It also allows a school board to pledge general revenues due in the current fiscal year or expected to be due in the next fiscal year for note or bond issues. The bill is effective immediately.

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