The Chicago Board of Ethics met Monday, but didn’t dole out any penalties related to improper lobbying. “The Board voted to issue one letter of probable cause on a matter that had been deferred at the April [meeting], and dismissed one of the subjects in another matter in which it earlier found probable cause,” Executive Director Steve Berlin told The Daily Line.

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