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U.S. Attorney: Lawmakers free to pursue Madigan probe U.S. Attorney: Lawmakers free to pursue Madigan probe

U.S. Attorney: Lawmakers free to pursue Madigan probe

Illinois lawmakers are free to pursue their own investigation into House Speaker Michael Madigan’s role in a bribery scheme involving utility giant Commonwealth Edison, as long as they don’t specifically ask witnesses what information they’ve shared with federal investigators or a federal grand jury.

Higher education board looks at gender equity Higher education board looks at gender equity

Higher education board looks at gender equity

The Illinois Board of Higher Education is preparing a strategic plan to make higher education more equitable in the state, and they focused on gender disparities in higher learning at their regular meeting this week.

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A special committee is about to meet to investigate House Speaker Michael Madigan's role in an alleged bribery scheme involving utility giant Commonwealth Edison. Peter Hancock talks with two members of that committee, Democratic Chairman Emanuel "Chris" Welch and Republican Rep. Grant Wehrli.

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