SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — Illinois House members want Gov. Bruce Rauner’s budget office to provide a detailed list of program cuts and the criteria used to make those decisions.

House Speaker Michael Madigan formed the budget oversight panel after Rauner suspended $26 million in social services and public health grants as part of his push to reduce a $1.6 billion shortfall in the state budget. Lawmakers requested the documents during a Tuesday morning meeting.

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Lawmakers in March passed a plan to plug the gap that included cuts and transfers from special state funds. Rauner budget director Tim Nuding says the grant cuts worked “in concert” with the budget deal.

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Democratic state Rep. Fred Crespo of Hoffman Estates said the governor’s intentions weren’t clear and more details will help as next year’s budget is crafted.

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