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Ill. Cuts State Aircraft Fleet in Half

July 02, 2014

Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn has signed a 2015 budget that requires the state to sell off nearly half of its aircraft fleet that costs the state $7 million each year to operate.

The state will sell off nine of its 21 aircraft under the plan signed July 1 by Quinn, reports the Chicago Tribune.

The total spending plan would allocate $35.7 billion for the coming fiscal year.

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