Resolved: That some people will set goals for 2015 — and some will not

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People in Chicago are making all sorts of plans for 2015 — some of them, anyway. | Mitch Dudek/Sun-Times

Sun-Times reporter Mitch Dudek caught people at the Bean, at the Merchandise Mart and on the CTA to ask what their resolutions are for the new year.

Some are getting married, some want to spend some time with family. Some are pledging to spend less time drinking. And some are pledging not to set any goals at all.

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