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State revenues surged in previous fiscal year State revenues surged in previous fiscal year

State revenues surged in previous fiscal year

Revenues flowing into state coffers surged in the fiscal year that ended June 30, spurred largely by an influx of federal funds, the delayed deadline for filing income tax returns last year and an economic recovery that boosted income and sales tax collections beyond what had been estimated.

College athletes can be paid for name and likeness in Illinois starting Thursday College athletes can be paid for name and likeness in Illinois starting Thursday

College athletes can be paid for name and likeness in Illinois starting Thursday

Lawmakers, collegiate athletes and athletic directors from some of the state’s most prominent universities on Tuesday hailed the governor’s signing of a bill allowing college athletes to be paid for the use of their name and likeness as innovative and equity-centric.

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