Illinois’ historic budget impasse has lasted nearly two years, but some taxpayers might not have even felt it. While Gov. Bruce Rauner and Democratic lawmakers bicker over a budget, state government has stayed running largely because judges have issued orders to keep the money flowing. (But with no budget, that spending adds to Illinois’ mountain of unpaid bills.) Here’s a rundown of some of the big court actions that have kept many state residents from feeling the full effects of the budget impasse and how much they’re costing the cash-strapped state.