A federal grand jury in Chicago has its hands on information about Governor Quinn's troubled anti-violence program. According to the "Chicago Tribune," the jury subpoenaed copies of all original and electronically stored records, memos, notes, invoices, payment records, time sheets, and other documents. The subpoena was issued on August 27th, and the jury was scheduled to convene on September 4th. The feds in Springfield, the Cook County State's Attorney, and a legislative panel have launched separate investigations into the program, which was implemented just before the 2010 election. Republicans have called the 55-million-dollar program a "slush-fund" to help Quinn win votes that year. A state audit reveals Quinn rushed to implement the program and some of the agencies that received grants to help reduce violence kept horrible records. Millions-of-dollars are unaccounted for.