Commissioners approved language and fee changes in the county’s medical examiner ordinance, pushing back against criticism that those changes weakened the office after a Sun-Times investigation said the office “routinely fails to abide by a requirement that it send an investigator to the scene of every suspicious death, including all homicides and suicides.”

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