Corruption In Illinois Cost 13-Hundred Dollars Per Taxpayer

July 16, 2014


(Undated)  --  Political misconduct in Illinois is costing taxpayers in Fulton County and the rest of the state quite a bit.  A study in the Public Administration Review publication shows that statewide corruption by elected officials is averaging a price tag of 13-hundred-eight-dollars per person.  The report also found that most official misconduct is connected to huge public works projects, police and corrections, wages and borrowing.

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