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Illinois governor sends controversial anti-corruption bill back to lawmakers but calls it first step toward restoring public trust

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But the reviews from good-government groups, along with Carol Pope, who resigned as legislative inspector general, and Pritzker himself, have been mediocre at best, with critics contending lawmakers followed the longstanding Springfield tradition of responding to a scandal with a proposal that fails to fully address the problems that have been exposed.

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