By The Pantagraph Editorial Board
One former governor in prison and another on his way — that should be enough to rekindle the fire for political ethics reform that was ignited following the arrest and impeachment of former Gov. Rod Blagojevich.
Blagojevich’s conviction on federal political corruption charges should provide a spark, but it’s up to the public to fan the flames.
“In an odd way, having this come up again … is an opportunity for us to focus on what needs to be done,” said Lt. Gov. Sheila Simon.