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April 30, 1988 | LARRY GREEN, Times Staff Writer
One of Illinois' most powerful Democrats, Cook County Board President George W. Dunne, was at the center of a furor Friday after a private investigative group and a television station alleged that four women were hired by public agencies after they had group sex with the 75-year-old political leader. However, it was unclear whether any laws were broken or whether the women or Dunne initiated the exchange of jobs for sex. "If the question is, 'Did Mr.
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April 30, 1988 | LARRY GREEN, Times Staff Writer
One of Illinois' most powerful Democrats, Cook County Board President George W. Dunne, was at the center of a furor Friday after a private investigative group and a television station alleged that four women were hired by public agencies after they had group sex with the 75-year-old political leader. However, it was unclear whether any laws were broken or whether the women or Dunne initiated the exchange of jobs for sex. "If the question is, 'Did Mr.
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July 30, 1992 | Associated Press
A judge Wednesday indefinitely stalled plans to resume elective abortions at Chicago's only public hospital. Cook County Hospital, which serves the poor and those without health insurance, had planned to resume offering the procedure today after a 12-year ban. Four county commissioners sued to block an order by county board President Richard Phelan allowing abortions to resume at the public facility. Cook County Circuit Judge Richard L.
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March 15, 1988 | LARRY GREEN, Times Staff Writer
Young journalists who come to the Windy City to broaden their world outlook quickly learn a parochial lesson: In Chicago, goes an adage, "a dog fight on State Street is more important than a war in the Balkans." Presidential candidates racing around this past weekend learned a parochial lesson of their own: In Chicago, not only is all politics local but local politics is all. "For a fellow like me, the local race is more important. This presidency thing is just a dry run," said George W.
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