Regional Transportation Authority Board Member Resigns Over State Grant Ruling

Chicago-based minister, Rev. Tyrone Crider, resigned as a Regional Transportation Authority board member over state grant ruling.


Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan’s office filed a lawsuit against Crider in 2011 for failing to account for a $91,000 state social services grant that he and his Pastor’s Network acquired to assist students in completing high school and pursuing post-secondary studies.


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