Thursday, October 8, 2009

Illinois - $3 Billion Behind In Its Bills!!!

According to CBS:

The State of Illinois’ pile of unpaid bills has grown to a record-breaking $3 billion. Comptroller Dan Hynes said Tuesday it’s never before been this bad at this point in any previous fiscal year. CBS 2 Political Editor Mike Flannery reports that some social service agencies that rely heavily on state reimbursement warn they will soon be forced out of business.

Hynes said that things are likely to get worse before the state’s bleak revenue picture begins to improve. …

It’s all very discouraging to the physician who runs Family Home Service.
Dr. Norman James said he does not have enough cash to pay his 250 employees this Friday.

He said he may have to close the doors, leaving more than 450 clients without the support they need to stay in their own homes and out of expensive nursing homes.

Dr. James said his bank had tripled the size of his line of credit, but that money is now all gone.

Dr. James said Illinois owes his agency $900,000, about $700,000 of it past due by up to five months.

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