Blagojevich fights for right to run for state, local office — but insists, 'I don't have any particular plan …
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With a camera crew following him around, the former governor told the reporters he'd invited to the Dirksen Federal Courthouse, "I don't like this place."
Former Gov. Rod Blagojevich returned Monday to the Dirksen Federal Courthouse, where he filed a lawsuit challenging a state Senate resolution that prevents him from running for state or local office.

"I don't like this place," Blagojevich said of the building where he had previously been sentenced to 14 years in federal prison on corruption charges. "I only have unhappy memories associated with this building."

The former governor also began to tell reporters, "Now, I don't have any —" before he stopped himself and instead said, "I may or may not run for public office again. I don't have any particular plan to do it. I don't have any plans to do it."

He was followed by a camera crew working for TV stations owned by ABC.

Blagojevich spent eight years in federal prison…
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