Again and again, we see instances of a lack of understanding or commitment to transparency and independence.
Madigan would be judging and disciplining Madigan. Can you say conflict?
Will lawmakers put protections and accountability in place for themselves, the women who testified last week and countless others in Illinois?
We need independent and fully funded oversight that will help the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District serve taxpayers more efficiently.
Gerrymandering is where corruption is born.
It makes little sense to have hundreds of funds with hundreds of pension board trustees and hundreds of investment managers.
Political party officials prefer we hold our primaries that way because it tamps down turnout, making it easier for them to control who votes.
Maps drawn by political leaders result in far fewer competitive and contested races, something you might notice when you cast your ballot.
The current processes and policies simply can’t escape the appearance of corruption.
If you think it’s pointless and you’re on your own, you’re wrong. There are plenty of tools available to assist you.
What is crystal clear is voters won’t be getting another assessment of the assessor before they cast their ballots.
Children with autism were having their special education services revoked.
Forrest Claypool is out and the heat is on Joe Berrios over property assessments.
If we’ve learned anything from this extraordinary moment in America, it’s that there is plenty of harassment history that has been hidden.
What are attorney general candidates’ views on public corruption, OMA and FOIA? It’s time we all start finding out.