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Corruption law challenged as vague

...to prison for corruption, but it's under attack by those who consider it vague and unfair. Former Illinois Gov. George Ryan, ex-newspaper mogul Conrad Black and one-time Enron CEO Jeffrey Skilling have all been convicted of what's known...

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Some lessons learned in Decatur

...getting the Decatur School Board to change its original two-year expulsion to one year and, with an assist from Gov. George Ryan, in getting them into an alternative school. But the subsequent lawsuit was a misguided attempt to wrest from local...

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Opinion
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...getting the Decatur School Board to change its original two-year expulsion to one year and, with an assist from Gov. George Ryan, in getting them into an alternative school. But the subsequent lawsuit was a misguided attempt to wrest from local...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/011400/Ope_edit.shtml
This Day in History

...Tara Lipinski came in second and Nicole Bobek, third. In 2003, with just three days left in office, Illinois Gov. George Ryan pardoned four death row inmates he said had been tortured by Chicago police into falsely confessing to murders in the...

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News
Police & Fire

...Valley Boulevard. He was lodged in Lemon Creek Correctional Center. Drunken driving: At 1:04 a.m. Wednesday, George Ryan Johnson, 26, was arrested for drunken driving on Egan Drive. He was lodged in the state prison and the vehicle he...

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This Day in History

...In 2003, calling the death penalty process "arbitrary and capricious, and therefore immoral," Illinois Gov. George Ryan commuted the sentences of 167 condemned inmates, clearing his state's death row two days before leaving office...

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News
This Day in History

...assisted-suicide law. (The law was ultimately upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court.) In 2006, former Illinois Gov. George Ryan was convicted of corruption (he was later sentenced to 6½ years in prison). Robert Cheruiyot and Rita Jeptoo pulled...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/041707/sta_20070417020.shtml
News
High court reins in prosecutors' use of fraud law

...clients, and investors," Schmaler said. Honest services charges have figured in convictions won against former Govs. George Ryan of Illinois and Don Siegelman of Alabama, and former Reps. Randy "Duke" Cunningham of California, William Jefferson...

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This Day in History

...disabled Americans retain their government-funded health coverage when they take a job. In 2003, former Illinois Gov. George Ryan was indicted on corruption charges. An attempt to re-create the Wright brothers' first flight on the 100th anniversary...

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News
Photo: Students of the month

...this month by their teachers poseWednesdayat JDHS. From left are William Lott, Cameron Perry, Olivia Pitesa, Matt Whistler, Carolyn Chenoweth, Alex Gendron, Dakotah Smith, Nicole George, Ryan Reddekopp,Alex Brown and Nathan Wilson.

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