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New details emerge in Metra controversy

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Alex Clifford

Dave Dvorak/ddvorak@dailyherald.com Metra CEO Brad O'Halloran, left, scratches his head as Metra attorney Joe Gagliardo answers questions from the Mass Transit Committee in Chicago Thursday.

Dave Dvorak/ddvorak@dailyherald.com Metra attorney Joe Gagliardo, left, answers questions from the Mass Transit Committee in Chicago Thursday.

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Dave Dvorak/ddvorak@dailyherald.com Metra CEO Brad O'Halloran was questioned by the Mass Transit Committee in Chicago Thursday.

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Metra officials were forced to air more of their dirty laundry Thursday in six hours of testimony that included accusations of "hush money," charges of political interference from Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan and even a call to oust the majority of the beleaguered board.
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    • Dave Dvorak/ddvorak@dailyherald.com Metra CEO Brad O’Halloran, left, scratches his head as Metra attorney Joe Gagliardo answers questions from the Mass Transit Committee in Chicago Thursday.
    • Dave Dvorak/ddvorak@dailyherald.com Metra attorney Joe Gagliardo, left, answers questions from the Mass Transit Committee in Chicago Thursday.
    • Dave Dvorak/ddvorak@dailyherald.com Metra CEO Brad O’Halloran was questioned by the Mass Transit Committee in Chicago Thursday.
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