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Additional money for Illinois courts will benefit local governments Additional money for Illinois courts will benefit local governments

Additional money for Illinois courts will benefit local governments

Illinois’ judicial branch will use its first budget increase in six years in part to alleviate costs paid by local governments, court officials said. This is the first time in almost 30 years the state’s courts were allocated the financial resources by the General Assembly to fully reimburse counties for salaries and probation services, an official said.

Judge throws out lawsuit challenging $14 billion in state bonds Judge throws out lawsuit challenging $14 billion in state bonds

Judge throws out lawsuit challenging $14 billion in state bonds

A Sangamon County Circuit Court judge this week declined to hear a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of two of the state’s general obligation bond issuances, but the lead plaintiff in the case has vowed to appeal. John Tillman, CEO of the Illinois Policy Institute, filed a petition in July seeking permission to challenge the legality of bonds the state issued in 2003 and 2017.

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