Republican Illinois lawmakers say they're not shocked that the feds are taking a closer look into Governor Quinn's anti-violence program. Representative David Reis says there was never any accountability for the program to begin with. Quinn launched the Neighborhood Recovery Initiative in the summer of 2010, hoping to help cut back on gun violence in Chicago neighborhoods. A recent audit reveals the Governor may have mismanaged the program and taxpayer money. Quinn's office has turned over one-thousand-pages worth of documents to the Cook County State's Attorney's and the U.S. Department of Justice has asked the state comptroller for the financial records regarding the program.