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Professor Fined For Refusing Ethics Test

The Executive Ethics Commission has levied a $500 fine against a University of Illinois professor who continually refused to complete the state’s annual ethics training program. But the professor still maintains the tests are a waste of time and money. … Continue reading

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Prosecution Rests in Cellini Trial

Prosecuted have rested their case in the last of a series of trials to grow out a federal investigation of former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich. Government attorneys told jurors Thursday afternoon that they had finished presenting evidence in the shakedown … Continue reading

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Key Witness’s Drug Abuse May Help Cellini’s Case

A star government witness in the corruption trial of millionaire Illinois businessman William Cellini says he sometimes has difficulty with his memory. Stuart Levine testified Monday under cross examination by Cellini defense attorney Dan Webb that his memory loss may … Continue reading

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