Former comptroller pleads guilty to corruption charges in Ohio

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A former Chicago comptroller plead guilty today to federal corruption charges in Ohio.
Amer Ahmad admitted to steering Ohio state business to his financial advisor, in exchange for more than a half-million dollars in kickbacks.
Ahmad is a former Ohio deputy state treasurer.
He once served as Chicago comptroller for Mayor Rahm Emanuel.
He faces up to 15 years in prison.

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