Even as states across the country struggle with budget shortfalls, few are as stretched as Illinois. The state is in the midst of a cash-flow crisis, with $5 billion in unpaid bills, and a deficit that is expected to top $11 billion this year. Gov. Pat Quinn is expected to outline the problems, and he may offer a few solutions in his State of the State address today. The governor, who was sworn in after Rod Blagojevich was impeached and thrown out of office a year ago, wants to raise the state's income tax. But first he must survive a primary election that is just three weeks away.