It's been five years to the day since FBI agents arrived at then Governor Rod Blagojevich's house to arrest him on charges of corruption. Blagojevich is serving a 14-year prison sentence, and for most Illinois politicians it's good riddance. Amanda Vinicky reports.
Fresh off the General Assembly's passing a law to overhaul the state's pensions, I had the chance to catch up with House Speaker Michael Madigan:
VINICKY: "It's the five year anniversary of Blagojevich's arrest coming up ... any reaction, any ...
MADIGAN: "Yeah, we should … celebrate."