CHICAGO -- Chicago will face a $22.5 million budget shortfall this fiscal year because of a change in the distribution of the Illinois income tax surcharge the General Assembly approved last week.

The legislature's move means that instead of getting $45 million in the remainder of its current fiscal year, which ends Dec. 31, Chicago will receive a $22.5 million share of the surcharge.

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