CHICAGO -- Illinois's general revenue fund hit zero on Friday, leaving $353.8 million of bills unpaid, according to the state comptroller's office.

Jann Ingmire, a spokeswoman for Comptroller Dawn Clark Netsch, said the zero end-of-the-month balance for July was a new record for the state, which has been setting records for low monthly fund balances over the last two years.

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