Rod Blagojevich left the governor's office nearly two years ago, but many of the papers documenting his administration are still there.Gotta wonder if there's a shredder at work to rewrite some of this sorry history.
When a governor leaves office in Illinois, papers about his policies or his correspondence with other officials go to the Illinois State Archives, where they're kept to record history.
Blagojevich didn't leave office in the typical way, though, when he was ousted via impeachment trial in January 2009.
What happens to his papers in the meantime is largely up to Gov. Pat Quinn, said David Joens, director of the Illinois State Archives.
Monday, November 29, 2010
Future of Blagojevich's papers in Quinn's hands
Mike Riopell writing in the Daily Herald.