A national liberal advocacy group is criticizing Illinois Governor Pat Quinn's proposed solution to the state's Medicaid crisis. Families USA is issuing a report Wednesday estimating job losses of more than 25,000 if Illinois cuts Medicaid spending by 2 point 7 billion dollars. That's a reaction to Governor Quinn's call for the Legislature to stop pushing unpaid Medicaid bills into future years. Last week, Quinn proposed closing the Medicaid budget gap by cutting projected spending by $2 billion and raising cigarette taxes. The Illinois-based Campaign for Better Health Care joined Families USA in issuing the report. Both groups work for affordable health care for all Americans and are traditional Democratic allies. The report indicates the level of conflict ahead as state lawmakers deal with a Medicaid shortfall.