Illinois Eyes Corporate Ads to Boost Revenue

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Facing a $2-billion state budget shortfall next year, Illinois officials are considering seeking corporate sponsorship to raise funds. The state might let corporations display logos or ads on state property in exchange for donations of cash or goods. Hear NPR's David Schaper.

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