The winner will get a Whole Food $20 gift card if they also can document they told the [an agency] this too at the same time.
If you go to the website: http://www.ilsos.gov/economicinterest/economicinterest
You will see where you can get a copy of all the ethics reporting forms filed with the Secretary of State in relation to the Government Ethics Act of 2009 where 900 state agencies and boards and offices have to file an annual detailed Ethics Form.
There is a pull down menu, so I thought I would look for all the agencies, boards, offices and positions that an attorney can or must hold.
I cam up with this list from the pull down menu:
1) attorney general
2) states attorney appellate prosecutor
3) candidate for: — appellate court judges
4) — supreme court judge
5) — attorney general
6) Judicial Inquiry Board (staff, I presume)
7) Judicial Inquiry Board Member
8) Professional Registration Committees and Boards (IDPR)
9) State Appellate Defender
10) State Appellate Prosecutor.
Yep, you would think that would cover all those attorneys out there that should file a 3 page form to show they don’t do unethical things like get bribes from lobbyists, have others take out or pay off their mortgages, give them interesting things–like cash.
So, who is missing from the list? First accurate answer gets the $20 gift card.
How is it all these other attorneys and agencies are on this list, and the judges do extremely detailed reports to the Ill. Supreme Ct. under Ill. Sup. Ct. Rule 68.
Who or what is giving this group of about 50+ attorneys who are in charge of a very powerful agency, a complete pass. Like free parking money. Like go around the board over and over for free and collect $200.
Who is doing this?