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In the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic, governments across the United States found themselves grappling with a public health crisis while simultaneously experiencing sharp declines in revenue collections. For the State of Illinois, this situation was especially challenging as it had little in reserve funds and billions in backlogged bills. Illinois' fiscal challenges had been building for years, and so the fiscal effects of the pandemic compounded the state's financial predicament. Indoi:10.25417/uic.22001831.v1 fatcat:tbmaejbzmfaubk266niaew2mua