“The people of Illinois want compromise,” Rauner said in a news release distributed at the start of a Friday morning press conference in the Loop.
Chance the Rapper
Four-day passes for the Aug. 3-6 Grant Park festival went on sale Tuesday and quickly sold out.
The mother and her daughter have been living with Chance but both agree it’s in the child’s best interests for them to live separately.
The rally included the presentation of a check to the school for $10,000 from Chance the Rapper’s SocialWorks foundation.
Attorneys say both sides have reached agreement to keep some documents confidential, a step toward resolution.
CPS calls its charitable arm the “Children First Fund.” It’s a foundation set up to accept grants, cash contributions and donated items.
The latest nine donations are part of a promise from SocialWorks that for every $100,000 it takes in, $10,000 would be sent to a specific school.