Thousands of local governments in Illinois are estimated to receive a 15 percent drop in state revenue in their new fiscal year, according to a report released Monday. That adds to continuing cuts made over the last decade, according to findings by the Illinois Municipal League, a Springfield-based advocacy group representing cities, villages and towns throughout Illinois.

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