Morris State Senator Sue Rezin wants local state's attorneys to have more ability to prosecute corruption on the state level. Rezin's comments come in response to two Illinois lawmakers who are facing charges, one for accepting bribes and another for domestic abuse.
Rezin says state's attorneys should be able to investigate corruption and take legal action.
Rezin says that getting more ethics bills to the Senate Floor is up to Democrats who hold the majority in both Illinois chambers.
Illinois lawmakers are due back in Springfield in November for the Fall Veto Session.