While adjournment is scheduled for Wednesday at midnight, the new fiscal year begins on July 1. The state hasn’t had a full budget since July 1, 2015.
The bill was pushed by Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson and Mayor Rahm Emanuel to try to combat the city’s violent crime epidemic.
“I don’t think it was X, Y or Z employee,” Sheldon told the Chicago Sun-Times, “But a combination of systemic failures that came to a head.”
Hundreds of pounds of narcotics — often a catalyst of violence — were also confiscated by officers during the raids, police said.
May was difficult for Anganet Johnson, mother of a woman who ran onto Lake Shore Drive fleeing a robbery and was struck and killed by a truck.
Four people were killed and at least 30 have been wounded in Chicago shootings throughout the Memorial Day weekend.
She and others will participate June 3 in a 5K run/walk put on by the National Stroke Association, the first time it’s been held in Chicago.