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Illinois Governor Pat Quinn (D-IL) addresses voters during a campaign stop at a downtown hotel on February 1, 2010 in Chicago, Illinois.
Illinois Governor Pat Quinn has released details of which programs will face the knife under his 2011 budget.
Schools, social services and health programs will be trimmed as Quinn attempts to shave $1.4 billion from the state's $13 billion deficit.
The governor's budget office said Tuesday that they've decided on the where exactly to slice, -- though the cuts are spare on details. All told their prescriptions add up to about $891 million in savings.
The cuts stack up like this, according to the Associated Press:
Quinn's office said the latest cuts "reflect Governor Quinn's plan to make major reductions to state spending while prioritizing the tools needed to keep the Illinois economy moving forward."
The governor's office posted summaries of the cuts on a state website Monday without any announcement. On Tuesday, his budget office could provide few details about the cuts, many of which are described simply as "efficiencies" and "changes."