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posted: 10/17/2011 5:30 AM

Suburban businesses owed millions by the state

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Here are some of the suburban businesses owed the most by state government. Amounts reflect bills more than 30 days overdue as of Sept. 8.

Addus Healthcare, Palatine: $20 million

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Advocate Health System, multiple locations: $12.3 million

Alexian Brothers Health System, multiple locations: $2.2 million

Central DuPage Hospital, Winfield: $1.8 million

Sherman Health, Elgin: $1.8 million

Seasons Hospice, Rosemont: $1.7 million

Streamwood Behavioral Healthcare, Streamwood: $1.6 million

Edward Hospital, Naperville: $1.2 million

Rush-Copley Medical Center, Aurora: $1.1 million

European Service at Home, Palatine: $740,000

Advanced Commodities, Bartlett: $594,000

Elmhurst Memorial Hospital, Elmhurst: $556,000

Delnor Community Hospital, Geneva: $328,000

VZ&Y Homecare: $266,000

Modern Optical, Roselle: $254,000

Source: Associated Press

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