Patti Walks: No Charges for Blago's Wife Despite Allegations

Federal investigators have reportedly been probing her real estate business and commissions it earned. An investigation by the Chicago Tribune last year determined that most of its earnings since Blagojevich began his first gubernatorial bid in 2000 came from politically-connected clients.

She left real estate late last year to take a job as a fundraising chief for a Chicago nonprofit, the Chicago Christian Industrialist League. The former first lady was reportedly fired from that post in January.

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