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La Salle politician relieved but disappointed about time it took for a budget agreement

Posted by wlpo on July 1, 2016

While he voted for the stopgap budget, Democratic State Representative Andy Skoog isn’t happy with how long the process took.

Skoog says it’s “absolutely outrageous that the state took this long to reach a partial budget agreement.” Skoog says while he is relieved that schools and social services will get funding, there’s still plenty of work to do.

The Democrat says “in no way, shape or form is this stopgap budget a bailout for the Chicago Public Schools.”

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