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Executive Director Sarah Brune was quoted in this article. Via – NBC Chicago “Five years ago, Bruce Rauner formed the committee that launched his political career. From the start Citizens for Rauner raised millions, in part because Bruce Rauner contributed…
ICPR’s “Addressing Sexual Harassment in Illinois Government” event was featured in this article. Via – The Columbia Chronicle “A recent panel of Illinois lawmakers called for revisions to the current reporting and filing process of sexual harassment claims for individuals…
ICPR Board Chair was quoted in this article. Via – The Daily Herald “A politically connected Illinois tollway employee hired last year for an important $80,016 engineering department job last worked in 2001 as an account executive selling office furniture….
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