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Report: Illinois corruption costs $1,308 per person

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According to a recent study, corruption in the state of Illinois costs each person $1,308.

The Chicago Sun Times reports a recent study by Indiana University professor John Mikesell and assistant professor at the City University of Hong Kong Cheol Liu puts a dollar amount on that corruption.

The study calculated that corruption costs $1,308 per person in the top 10 most corrupt states in the U.S.

Click here for more information on the study and to read the full report.

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