Emanuel tried to help company sued in Minn.
CHICAGO (AP) – As Minnesota officials were conducting an investigation that led to this week's announcement that a Chicago medical revenue company would not be allowed to do business there for six years, Mayor Rahm Emanuel asked the state's attorney general to "resolve the matter privately," according to a published report.
The Chicago Tribune reported Wednesday that in the mayor's letter to Attorney General Lori Swanson about Accretive Health Inc., Emanuel reminded his fellow Democrat of his stature in the party, noting that he'd been a senior adviser to President Bill Clinton and President Barack Obama's White House chief of staff.
Emanuel also asked that Swanson's office cut off communications between her office and the company's clients "pending the outcome" of a meeting between her and the company's CEO, Mary Tolan.
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