It was long a practice of Illinois politicians. Give a buddy a short-term job at the end of his career in order to boost his pension. Governor Pat Quinn signed a law that's supposed to put an end to that practice. But what about the friend who Quinn just gave a promotion? Amanda Vinicky investigates.
One of the many reasons Illinois' pension funds are in trouble is because for a long time, politicians would move allies into higher-paying gigs at the end of their careers.