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Berrios relative indicted in federal bribery case involving ex-Rep. Luis Arroyo

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And that businessman just happened to be James T. Weiss, son-in-law of former Cook County Democratic Party chairman and ex-county assessor Joseph Berrios, the feds say. Jon Seidel, Tim Novak, and Lauren FitzPatrick have the story…
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