CHICAGO -- Three years after launching an undercover investigation into alleged public finance corruption in Indiana, federal authorities have closed the case without any prosecutions.

Deborah Daniels, U.S. attorney for the Southern District of Indiana, said yesterday that the office decided not to pursue prosecutions in the case about a month ago and that the Federal Bureau of Investigation had concurred with the decision.

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