The June 30 Stopgap Budget Bill, By the Numbers

08/04/2016
On June 30, the General Assembly passed a state budget bill that will fund services in Illinois through December 31. Here’s a breakdown of the services funded and the amounts:

Anti-Poverty
•Supplemental State Aid Increase $250 million
•Childhood Education Increase $75 million

Education
•Bilingual Education $63 million
•Student Assessments $44 million
•Career and Tech Education $38 million

Operations
•State Operational Expenses $720 million
•Student Assessments $44 million
•Career and Tech Education $38 million

Higher Education $1 billion
•Nine State Universities $655 million
•City Colleges of Chicago $114 million
•Emergency Expenses $20 million
•Remaining FY16 MAP Grant Claims $151 million
•Adult, Career, Tech Education $50 million
•Illinois Math & Science Academy $5 million

Human Services $670 million
•Non-Medicaid Clients served thru Community Care Program
•Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening Program
•AIDS/HIV Services
•Adult/Juvenile Redeploy
•Senior Services
•Homeless Services
•Youth Programs
•Funeral and Burial Services
•Immigration Services



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