The long-running story of campaign finance and ethics reform took another turn recently when Gov. Quinn vetoes a reform bill, according to this report.
Quinn recognized that the veto will widely be seen as a flip flop on an issue that has long plagued a state with one former governor in prison and another charged in a corruption scandal. But he said it was better to go back to the “drawing board.”
In this editorial The Trib says to keep up the pressure for reform.