WASHINGTON — In his first few weeks in office, President Barack Obama has caught very few good breaks. But last week he had one. When he entertained the nation’s governors at his first formal state dinner, he did not have to figure out what to do about Rod Blagojevich.
The scandal-plagued leader of Obama’s home state of Illinois was impeached and removed from office on Jan. 29, and that same day was replaced by Patrick Quinn, who was in his second term as lieutenant governor.
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