Hillary Clinton in Chicago today: Speeches, Quinn fundraiser

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Potential 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton is back home in Chicago on Wednesday with three big events: a paid speech for the Advanced Medical Technology Association, a fundraiser for Gov. Pat Quinn at a Loop law office and a sold-out dinner meeting of the Economic Club of Chicago at the Fairmount Chicago, with the conversation moderated by long-time Clinton backer J.B. Pritzker, the founder of the Pritzker Group.

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The high-dollar Clinton funder for Quinn is 3 p.m. at the Powers Rogers & Smith law firm, 70 W. Madison.

Clinton was born at Edgewater Hospital, lived on the North Side as a toddler and as a young girl moved to Park Ridge.

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