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A Whistleblower Said an Illinois Government Cut a Check for an Organization With a Trustee Who Does Finance-Related Tasks for It. That Constituted Illegal Behavior, the Whistleblower Said, Citing Laws.

Providing freedom-of-information-obtained documentation of the action, a whistleblower said a government in Illinois cut a $200 check for an organization for which one of its trustees does finance-related tasks.

The whistleblower also said that the activity constituted illegal behavior…

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Rhett Wilkinson

Rhett Wilkinson

Rhett Wilkinson has won 13 journalism awards over 5 years of applying for them. Formerly of B/R, Screen Rant, and Patch. Also been a successful pro se litigant.

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