Fran Spielman interviews Rahm Emanuel about pension crisis

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Mayor Rahm Emanuel is interviewed by Sun-Times reporter Fran Spielman in his 5th floor City Hall offices October 12, 2018. | Rich Hein/Sun-Times

Mayor Rahm Emanuel vowed Friday to confront Chicago’s skyrocketing pension payments “before the end of the year,” but he refused to say whether the solution he seeks will include $10 billion in pension borrowing.

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