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Blago's Appeal

Kim Janssen and Natasha Korecki report for the Chicago Sun-Times:

It's a long time since Rod Blagojevich had anything to celebrate in federal court.

And he probably shouldn't get too excited just yet.

But a ray of hope beamed into the disgraced former governor's prison cell Friday when appellate court judges zinged prosecutors with pointed questions about his corruption convictions.

Chief among the questions the justices wanted answered: just what separates Blagojevich's actions from the "legal horse trading" politicians typically rely upon to advance their careers?

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