Ray Long

Illinois Statehouse Reporter, Chicago Tribune

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Illinois Statehouse reporter for the Chicago Tribune

Ray Long on KCRW

The federal deficit is disturbing, but Washington can print money. The states have to balance their budgets, and the total of shortfalls around the country is at $82 billion.

Should States Declare Bankruptcy?

The federal deficit is disturbing, but Washington can print money. The states have to balance their budgets, and the total of shortfalls around the country is at $82 billion.

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The federal deficit is disturbing, but Washington can print money. The states have to balance their budgets, and the total of shortfalls around the country adds up to $82 billion.

Should States Declare Bankruptcy?

The federal deficit is disturbing, but Washington can print money. The states have to balance their budgets, and the total of shortfalls around the country adds up to $82 billion.

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