Senior citizens in subsidized housing have been dying alone at home, unnoticed because of coronavirus distancing
The patchwork system of well-being checks in some of Chicago’s public and subsidized housing was not enough to prevent deaths in heartbreaking circumstances.
Lipinski cited an investigation by ProPublica Illinois and the Chicago Sun-Times that detailed the transactions.
Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan’s office said it is reviewing the revelations uncovered in the story.
Leaders moved millions around five nonprofits they run, steering money to for-profit ventures in which they have a stake, Sun-Times, ProPublica find.
The Chicago Housing Authority says its massive “Plan for Transformation” will be done by year’s end — years late and not exactly what was promised.
Illinois House passes bill that would mean police could no longer arrest parolees just for having contact with a gang member, only for gang activity.