CHICAGO - A commission created by Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn to overhaul government after his predecessor's arrest on pay-to-play charges called for sweeping reforms yesterday that would cap campaign contributions, impose term limits on legislative leaders, and tighten how state business is doled out and how lawmakers vote on the budget.

"We have done our best to be comprehensive and objective in our review and to propose reforms that we believe will have a meaningful impact on the culture of corruption that has infected our state," said commission chairman Patrick Collins.

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