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Gov. <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PEPLT007479" title="Rod Blagojevich" href="/topic/politics/government/rod-blagojevich-PEPLT007479.topic">Rod Blagojevich</a> left his house on the North Side of Chicago this morning and refused to answer reporters' questions before climbing into a black SUV. He was carrying a briefcase and a gym bag. Blagojevich has ignored pressure to step down since he was charged last week in a federal criminal complaint with corruption. Instead he has showed up to work at his downtown Chicago office and continued to conduct state business, including signing about a dozen bills.
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( Tribune photo by Michael Tercha / December 16, 2008 )

Gov. Rod Blagojevich left his house on the North Side of Chicago this morning and refused to answer reporters' questions before climbing into a black SUV. He was carrying a briefcase and a gym bag. Blagojevich has ignored pressure to step down since he was charged last week in a federal criminal complaint with corruption. Instead he has showed up to work at his downtown Chicago office and continued to conduct state business, including signing about a dozen bills.

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