Emanuel Replaces Entire Ethics Board in Chicago

During its quarter-century existence, the ethics board hasn't found a single case of wrongdoing by aldermen, though more than 20 were convicted of felonies in that period. The ethics board also has been criticized for failing to mete out punishment in cases involving employees.
October 4, 2012
 

During its quarter-century existence, the ethics board hasn't found a single case of wrongdoing by aldermen, though more than 20 were convicted of felonies in that period. The ethics board also has been criticized for failing to mete out punishment in cases involving employees.

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