Recall amendement killed in Senate

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This obviously isn't going on in the Tony Rezko trial, but the state Senate just killed a measure that would allow for voters to recall public officials -- namely, the governor.

The legislation was proposed in response to the federal investigation into activities in Blagojevich's administration -- including the indictment of his top adviser and fund-raiser Tony Rezko.

Read the recall story: State senate votes to kill recall amendment

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I can't wait to see Blago swing by his neck. He is a thieving, lying, coniving, scumbag !Recall can't get here soon enough. The Feds are going to have a field day putting him away.

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Natasha Korecki

Natasha Korecki is the Federal Courts Reporter for the Chicago Sun-Times, covering federal news, corruption investigations and trials.

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