Human services coalition says getting paid more important than pursuing litigation to the end
The coalition of human services providers who have fought with the state in court over the scant funding they received during the two-year budget impasse will keep its litigation options until its members can confirm they are being paid.Andrea Durbin, chairwoman of the 94-member Pay Now Illinois coalition, said in an interview that her goal is getting paid, not winning the legal question at hand.“We’re going to …
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