Second Quarter Report Focuses on April 1-June 30

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The City of Chicago Office of the Inspector General released its second quarter report for 2014, according to a press release. The report provides a summary of OIG activity from April 1 through June 30, 2014.

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A judge declares the city of Chicago free of a 45-year lawsuit regarding political hiring. But is patronage really dead? Paris Schutz has the latest. 

The Man Behind the 'Shakman Decree' Visits

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The legal battle that started in 1969 over Chicago patronage hiring is ending. Attorney Michael Shakman filed a motion to stop the federal hiring oversight because he says the city has reached "substantial compliance." We’ll talk to the man behind the “Shakman Decree," hear why he thinks the city no longer needs a hiring watchdog. 

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