Nancy Boswell

President and CEO, US Chapter of Transparency International

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President and CEO of the US chapter of Transparency International, a global organization fighting corruption in international business and development in over 100 countries

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On Monday of this week, Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich was  arrested and charged  with offering Barack Obama's senate seat for sale to the highest bidder.

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On Monday of this week, Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich was arrested and charged with offering Barack Obama's senate seat for sale to the highest bidder.

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