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SNEED: Gov's aide who compared abortion to Nazis may be on her way out


SNEED: Gov's aide who compared abortion to Nazis may be on her way out
Chicago Sun-Times

The Rauner administration, still reeling from Carlâs posts against abortions and unions, emphasizes they were Carlâs personal opinions and written before she was hired.Sneed is told the governor was not happy with the leadership of his communications de

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