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Chicago's City Hall gets an unlikely conscience | Associated Press | 6/22/2009

| AP Legal Affairs WriterCHICAGO - Mayor Richard M. Daley took a bold step to mend Chicago's image four years ago after it was battered by scandals over hiring fraud at City Hall and millions of dollars in contracts for well-connected trucking companies.

Searching for a fresh face, Daley picked federal prosecutor David Hoffman to revitalize the dormant post of city inspector general and root out corruption.

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