On Rahm: Young staffers and the boss; Chick-fil-A

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The Washington Post Political Cartoons blog features Rahm and the Chicago skyline in a Chick-fil-A controversy. Nick Anderson of the Houston Chronicle sees it as gay marriage vs free speech–or lack of it.

Time Out Chicago talks to a group of City Hall staffers in their twenties about working for Mayor Rahm Emanuel. The Rahm Six:

Mike Simmons, Ankur Thakkar, Caroline Weisser, Matt Fischler, Anna Valencia and Michael Faulman.

The New York Times on Rahm’s problems with Chicago bike-sharing program.

Sun-Times City Hall Reporter Fran Spielman’s post on Chicago’s bike-sharing problems.

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