As legislators weigh impeaching Gov. Rod Blagojevich and federal prosecutors prepare to indict him on corruption charges, his acting chief of staff and a deputy governor will be keynote speakers Wednesday at an "Ethics in the Workplace" seminar for some 200 state employees. . . .
But is it wrong for any members of the Blagojevich administration to instruct state workers on ethics?
"That's a real tough question, but . . . I don't see the irony really," said Rev. Tim Fiala, executive director of University of Illinois at Chicago's Integritas Institute, an ethics forum.
Gov. Rod Blagojevich's staffers to speak at ethics lecture for state workers (Chicago Tribune)
Tuesday, January 6, 2009
By Michael Leddy at 2:59 PM