state employees and taxpayers to report government corruption, and
he's set up a new Web site where whistle-blowers can turn.
Blagojevich pleaded not guilty Tuesday to federal corruption charges
that included trying to sell President Barack Obama's Senate seat.
Quinn's Web site tells people how to report suspected corruption and
tells them about Illinois' whistle-blower act.
Quinn helped get the law passed in
1991. The act lets the state collect up to triple damages for money
that's lost to fraud. A whistle-blower can also collect a share of
the recovered money.
The new Web site is www.whistleblower.illinois.gov.
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