SPRINGFIELD — When former Gov. Bruce Rauner and the Democratic-controlled General Assembly spent more than two years at an impasse negotiating a state budget from mid-2015 to 2017, the comptroller’s office from Illinois was thrust into the limelight.
As the state’s chief financial officer, the comptroller is often referred to as the state’s checkbook manager. But without an approved budget, the comptroller had no legal authority to issue checks against state funds, leaving vendors, contractors, health care providers and many others in the lurch.
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