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CHICAGO — Word that the state has passed a stopgap budget was welcome relief to Chicago Public Schools.

The action means schools will open this Fall.

The state will spend an additional $250 million on schools under the plan, and CPS will get about $100 million.

WGN’s Julian Crews has more.