CHICAGO - The Illinois General Assembly passed a resolution last week authorizing an estimated $2.4 billion extension of two highways in the northeastern part of the state.

The road projects will be financed with bonds issued by the Illinois State Toll Highway Authority, according to Robert Hickman, the authority's executive director. The bonds will be backed by toll revenues.

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