Comptroller Susana Mendoza: ‘I’d tell them to go stick it’

Steve Cochran

Comptroller Susana Mendoza. In this June 14, 2017, photo, Illinois Comptroller Susana Mendoza, Illinois, responds to a reporter’s question during an interview in here office about the state budget in Chicago. As Illinois nears its third year without a state budget, Ms. Mendoza must prioritize what gets paid as new court orders mean her office must pay out more each month than Illinois receives in revenue. (AP Photo/G-Jun Yam)

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Comptroller Susana Mendoza joins The Steve Cochran Show in response to Education Secretary Beth Purvis’ school funding comments from yesterday. The Comptroller says that she is setting the record straight on the misinformation with regards to the staggering financial problems in the state of Illinois. She is trying to be the best Comptroller that the state has ever had.  Mendoza also points out, ‘Communication is a two-way street.’ She also admits that, ‘It’s not all Rauner’s fault.’


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