Former Illinois governor 'regrets' allowing state's last execution |

Former Illinois governor 'regrets' allowing state's last execution | World news | NewsWire
Former Illinois governor George Ryan, the first American governor to visit Cuba in 40 years, during his tenure. Photograph: /AP

Former Illinois governor George Ryan regrets letting what turned out to be the last execution in the state proceed, he prays regularly for six children killed in a fiery crash linked to a state agency he once headed, and he's done answering questions about the marathon corruption trial led to his imprisonment.

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Former Illinois governor 'regrets' allowing state's last execution

Former Illinois governor 'regrets' allowing state's last execution | World news | NewsWire
Former Illinois governor George Ryan, the first American governor to visit Cuba in 40 years, during his tenure. Photograph: /AP

Former Illinois governor George Ryan regrets letting what turned out to be the last execution in the state proceed, he prays regularly for six children killed in a fiery crash linked to a state agency he once headed, and he's done answering questions about the marathon corruption trial led to his imprisonment.

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Former Illinois governor ‘regrets’ allowing state’s last execution

Former Illinois governor 'regrets' allowing state's last execution | World news | NewsWire
Former Illinois governor George Ryan, the first American governor to visit Cuba in 40 years, during his tenure. Photograph: /AP

Former Illinois governor George Ryan regrets letting what turned out to be the last execution in the state proceed, he prays regularly for six children killed in a fiery crash linked to a state agency he once headed, and he's done answering questions about the marathon corruption trial led to his imprisonment.

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Corinthian’s Plans To Sell Off Heald College Campuses Didn’t Win Over Government

Corinthian’s Plans To Sell Off Heald College Campuses Didn’t Win Over GovernmentA week ago, beleaguered for-profit college biggie Corinthian — which operates the Everest University, WyoTech, and Heald College chains — confirmed that it would be meeting with the Dept. of Education to discuss its plan to sell off some of its campuses in an attempt to free up student loan money and allow classes to continue while the school is investigated by state and federal regulators for allegations of misleading marketing and questionable loan application processes. The two parties met on Tuesday, but no deal was reached.

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Corinthian’s Plans To Sell Off Heald College Campuses Didn’t Win Over Government

Corinthian’s Plans To Sell Off Heald College Campuses Didn’t Win Over GovernmentA week ago, beleaguered for-profit college biggie Corinthian — which operates the Everest University, WyoTech, and Heald College chains — confirmed that it would be meeting with the Dept. of Education to discuss its plan to sell off some of its campuses in an attempt to free up student loan money and allow classes to continue while the school is investigated by state and federal regulators for allegations of misleading marketing and questionable loan application processes. The two parties met on Tuesday, but no deal was reached.

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