In this Thursday, Jan. 28, 2016 photo, Frankie Redditt, President/CEO of Ashley’s Quality Care, Inc., left, and Michael Robinson, CFO, are joined by other officers at the company headquarters with stacks of invoices to the state and payroll bills on the table in Chicago. As Illinois politicians continue to squabble over a budget that should have taken effect July 1, hundreds of state contractors have been left with little more than I.O.U.s, according to more than 500 pages of documents, since Nov. 1, released to The Associated Press under the Illinois Freedom of Information Act. The state owes $2 million to Ashley’s Quality Care in Chicago, according to Robinson.
In this Thursday, Jan. 28, 2016 photo, Frankie Redditt, President/CEO of Ashley’s Quality Care, Inc., left, and Michael Robinson, CFO, are joined by other officers at the company headquarters with stacks of invoices to the state and payroll bills on the table in Chicago. As Illinois politicians continue to squabble over a budget that should have taken effect July 1, hundreds of state contractors have been left with little more than I.O.U.s, according to more than 500 pages of documents, since Nov. 1, released to The Associated Press under the Illinois Freedom of Information Act. The state owes $2 million to Ashley’s Quality Care in Chicago, according to Robinson. M. Spencer Green AP
In this Thursday, Jan. 28, 2016 photo, Frankie Redditt, President/CEO of Ashley’s Quality Care, Inc., left, and Michael Robinson, CFO, are joined by other officers at the company headquarters with stacks of invoices to the state and payroll bills on the table in Chicago. As Illinois politicians continue to squabble over a budget that should have taken effect July 1, hundreds of state contractors have been left with little more than I.O.U.s, according to more than 500 pages of documents, since Nov. 1, released to The Associated Press under the Illinois Freedom of Information Act. The state owes $2 million to Ashley’s Quality Care in Chicago, according to Robinson. M. Spencer Green AP

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Budget fight leaves Illinois stuck with overdue bills

January 31, 2016 11:18 AM

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