Fran Spielman interviews Chicago Department of Business Affairs & Consumer Protection Commissioner Rosa Escareno

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Melani Hoffman prepares a customer’s order at The Green Lady on June 17, 2020. Bars were allowed to re-open Wednesday in accordance with Chicago’s Phase 3 plan. Chicago now moves to Phase 4 on Friday.

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Sun-Times City Hall reporter Fran Spielman is joined by Chicago Department of Business Affairs & Consumer ProtectionCommissioner Rosa Escarenoto discuss the enforcement of coronavirus guidelines for businesses and Chicago’s transition into Phase 4 safety mandates.

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