(Chicago, IL) — Wall Street analysts aren’t nearly as excited about Illinois’ new budget as state lawmakers. S&P Global Ratings said Tuesday that the new 38-and-a-half-billion-dollar spending plan continues Illinois’ habit of planning to spend money that the state may not have. That’s apparently a reference to the proposed sale of the Thompson Center in Chicago. S&P, however, didn’t downgrade Illinois’ credit. The state is still rated one step above junk status.