The new "budget," or more accurately, spending plan, passed in Springfield looks like more of the same old thing for Illinoisans.

Illinois passed a budget by the deadline this year. But, according to Adam Schuster, Director of Budget and Tax Research at Illinois Policy, it's a bad deal for taxpayers. It claims to be balanced through sloppy assumptions and was a 1,245 page document that neither lawmakers nor the pubic had time to read through before voting on.

Adam joined us on the WROK Morning Show Tuesday to give us his take: