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The State Legislature successfully passed a stop gap budget last week to ensure funding to critical aspects of the state government. Illinois Senator Chapin Rose who represents the 51th District in the Illinoi General Assembly spoke on the senate floor on the bill, saying how the stopgap budget will help fund higher education in the state.



Rose said how it was encouraging how the state legislature finally took an action that looked at all aspects of higher education funding.



The stopgap budget is a 6 month budget that will ensure that critical areas get the funding they need, and the state legislature will attempt to pass another budget after the elections in November.

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