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It seems that the Illinois Senate won’t be standing pat on possible reforms to ethics. 

 

enate President John Cullerton understands that the public could be losing faith in lawmakers after a year when a Senator is indicted on federal charges, another’s home and offices were raided by the FBI and a member of the House resigned his seat after being arrested on federal

bribery charges.

 

 

The Illinois Senate has three more days of work in the second session of the fall veto session.

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