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You might wonder: Why are there such large disparities in funding for different public schools in Illinois? Will there be a budget for our state next year? Are there going to be any surprising increases in healthcare premiums this year? Are there any disease outbreaks affecting the state right now? How will the changes to the Farm Bill affect my community?
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