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ICPR’s database was mentioned in this article. Via – The Chicago Tribune “You can’t blame Cook County Assessor Joe Berrios for running scared. The work of his office has been hammered in a series of investigative reports by the Tribune…
An ICPR research report was posted on Capitol Fax. Via – Capitol Fax “To be a leader in financial disclosure for political candidates, Illinois should require the following information to be disclosed in each Statement of Economic Interest: Names of…
Executive Director Sarah Brune was quoted in this article. Via – The State Journal Register “In 2015, the Center for Public Integrity ranked states on the level of their public integrity. Overall, Illinois scored a D+, which wasn’t all that…
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