Illinois Fares Well In Government Corruption StudyMETRO NEWS -- The state of Illinois is getting an overall grade of C in a study on government corruption. The annual State Integrity Investigation gives Illinois the grade on a newly-released corruption risk report card. The report says in light of Illinois' notorious ethical legacy only limited reforms have been enacted. Illinois fared poorly in the categories of legislative accountability, civil service management and redistricting.
See other LocalNews news:Salem City Council Takes Next Step To Turn Armory Into Family Fun Center
Illinois House: Senate Pension Plan Saves Less Money
Clinton: Illinois Should Legalize Gay Marriage
Marion County Sheriff's Department Raids Biggies and Confiscates Synthetic Cannabis
Questions Remain in Deadly Illinois Van Crash