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Why were these records seized in Sandoval raid? Sen. Harmon has one theory.

State Sen. Don Harmon, the new Illinois Senate president, expressed bewilderment when asked why docum
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State Sen. Don Harmon, the new Illinois Senate president, expressed bewilderment when asked why documents from his clout-heavy law firm were among the items seized by federal agents from then-state Sen. Martin Sandoval’s office in September.
“I have no idea,” Harmon said recently. But he offered a theory. Reporters Robert Herguth and Tim Novak have the story…

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