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Executive Director Mary Miro was quoted in this article. Via – Chicago SunTimes “Mayoral hopeful Willie Wilson’s habit of handing out wads of cash on the street has come under more scrutiny. Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan ordered the philanthropist…
ICPR was mentioned in this article. Via – Alton Daily News “A political transparency organization has filed a complaint against a candidate for Chicago mayor who has held two money giveaways that the candidate said was to help potential voters…
ICPR was mentioned in this article. Via – The Chicago SunTimes “It’s no secret that, during election season, everyone has a hand out — from developers to street hustlers. And it would be naïve to think that politicians up for…
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