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Lt. Gov. talks college costs, tax transparency

Illinois Lt. Gov. Sheila Simon, who will not seek re-election in 2014, would only say on Wednesday that her future plans are “actively looking at ways that I can continue to serve the state of Illinois and have an increased impact.”

Her remarks came three weeks after the Illinois House voted to eliminate the office of lieutenant governor, a matter that is now before the state Senate.

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