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Former Obama Justice Department official on consent decree: Chicago ‘wants this’
The judge who is considering whether to approve the proposed consent decree has received hundreds of letters and will hear public testimony this week.
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Arrested weeks after 9/11 for charging into the cockpit of an airline amid a bipolar breakdown, Ted Coburn is now an advocate for the mentally ill.
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Fact-check: What's really inside Rauner, Pritzker tax returns
Illinois’ two deep-pocketed candidates recently presented voters with another fig leaf of transparency about the taxes they pay.
The limited releases, coupled with other publicly available documents, paint a portrait of the men who would collect and manage your state tax dollars as practitioners of aggressive tax avoidance, albeit in different ways.
Pritzker’s and Rauner’s $207M buys lots of TV, pals — caffè lattes and Munchkins
Both men are spending money hand over fist, but on nearly every measure, Pritzker is outspending the Republican governor nearly two to one.
Both men insist they are not trying to buy the election. Ultimately, that will be up to the voters to decide. But the Sun-Times decided to look and see exactly what the two men were spending their millions on. The unsurprising answer: TV ads, staff, food and friendship.