Gee, Not the "Most" Corrupt
Like it's a badge of honor of something, only being in the top 5:
- We all know that corruption is common in Illinois government and costs each taxpayer more than $1,300 a year, but there is some good news — it could be worse, according to a new study.
A new study from Harvard University’s Center for Ethics shows that Kentucky and New Jersey have a worse ranking than Illinois in the "legal corruption" category for the executive branch.
When it comes to "illegal corruption," the study finds it's also "very common" in Illinois' legislative branch
Maybe they're just not looking hard enough.