Chicago's Office of the Inspector General received some extra press in lateAugust when its head official, Inspector General David Hoffman, resigned and entered the race to succeed Sen. Roland Burris in the fight for President Obama's old U.S. Senate seat.But Hoffman, who became the city's inspector general in 2005, said the corruption-fighting office has long deserved more attention from the citizens of Chicago …
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