CHICAGO -- A U.S. District Court judge in Chicago yesterday granted a motion filed by the Chicago Board of Education that will allow the beleaguered school system to open temporarily without a balanced budget after a state waiver of the requirement expired on Sunday.

Judge Steven Kocoras' ruling means the schools will open tomorrow, according to general school superintendent Argie Johnson.

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