Illinois' credit rating has suffered another downgrade.
It follows the General Assembly's adjournment Friday without any agreement on what to do about the state's pension systems.
A string of previous downgrades already left Illinois with the lowest bond rating in the nation.
None of those spurred legislators to reach a compromise - and there's no telling if this latest one will be any different.
Fitch lowered Illinois from an A to an A- rating, a status that means it may cost more when the state borrows money.