A new Illinois law passed after former Governor Blagojevich's impeachment for corruption requires that reports from the Governor's Office of Executive Inspector General be made public. It also allows the Illinois Executive Ethics commission to redact some information. As a result, the report explaining why former Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services chief of staff Tamara Hoffman was fired in November 2009 was recently released, but all the particulars were omitted. The inspector general said Hoffman engaged in "decadent behavior," didn't show up for work, and used her state computer for viewing pornography and other personal activity. Here Hoffman presents information during a heated portion of the House impeachment committee hearings for Gov. Rod Blagojevich at the Illinois State Capitol in Springfield, Ill., Dec. 18, 2008. Next to her is Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services Director Barry Maram. The inspector general criticized Maram for failing to properly supervise Hoffman.