05/24/2010 02:03 pm ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Illinois Budget Crisis: Quinn Likely To Be Left With Tough Decisions

Even the best options are bad as legislators return to Springfield today to take another whack at fixing a budget that spends $13 billion more than it takes in.

Legislators don't want to be on record voting to cut popular programs, so they appear poised to transfer that authority to Gov. Quinn, then leave town before he starts making cuts so they can let him take the blame.

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