This week, a Michael Madigan confidant and three others were indicted in an alleged bribery scheme that prosecutors say also involved the powerful House Speaker, known as Public Official A in federal documents.
Madigan again denied he's done anything wrong and he's not been charged. But more House Democrats have publicly pulled their support for him, making it seem less likely he can win another term in the leadership post in January. There have also been calls for him to resign as the state's Democratic Party Chairman.
Our panel discusses Madigan's future and whether his long tenure in politics is about to end.