Illinois ended its two-year budget hiatus earlier this month, but the state's financial plan still lacks the essentials needed to sustain it over the long term, according to a University of Chicago professor.
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Rauner's veto was overridden in the General Assembly , but the budget's implementation will not stop tax experts and critics from highlighting why the plan is problematic for Illinois.
Julie A. Roin, a Seymour Logan professor of law at the University of Chicago who specializes in tax policy, says that since the state is spending more money than it is collecting, the budget will serve as a short-term fix to a much deeper problem.
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