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Chicago Democratic state Rep. Kelly Cassidy speaks to a reporter about her legislation to legalize the use of marijuana for pain to replace opioids at the Capitol in Springfield, Ill., Thursday, May 24, 2018. Cassidy has said the process for investigating ethics complaints in the Legislature should be overhauled. less Chicago Democratic state Rep. Kelly Cassidy speaks to a reporter about her legislation to legalize the use of marijuana for pain to replace opioids at the Capitol in Springfield, Ill., Thursday, May 24, 2018. … more Photo: John O’Connor, AP

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FILE – In this May, 8, 2013 file photo, Illinois Sen. Terry Link, D-Vernon Hills, speaks at the Capitol in Springfield, Ill. Link, chairman of the Legislative Ethics Commission, said he opposes suggestions to remove the requirement that the commission give permission to the inspector general to investigate complaints because it prevents an inspector from aimless or poorly intentioned investigations. less FILE – In this May, 8, 2013 file photo, Illinois Sen. Terry Link, D-Vernon Hills, speaks at the Capitol in Springfield, Ill. Link, chairman of the Legislative Ethics Commission, said he opposes suggestions to … more Photo: Seth Perlman, AP

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FILE – In this May, 8, 2013 file photo, Illinois Sen. Terry Link, D-Vernon Hills, speaks at the Capitol in Springfield, Ill. Link, chairman of the Legislative Ethics Commission, said he opposes suggestions to remove the requirement that the commission give permission to the inspector general to investigate complaints because it prevents an inspector from aimless

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