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Fiscal Cliff Notes for Dec. 3, 2012
28 days to the fiscal cliff
For what’s up in the fiscal cliff dramas, click over to my post at the Sun-Times politics blog.
Carvana’s license to operate in Illinois was suspended after consumer complaints. The Illinois Secretary of State’s office said some buyers are waiting four to six months for proof of vehicle ownership.
An analysis of readings from newly-installed air sensors across the city found portions of Little Village, Austin, Englewood, Auburn Gresham, Irving Park and Avondale have the highest levels of particulate matter pollution — a known cause of serious health problems.
Chicago history plays a key role in a new musical from Annabelle Lee Revak.
The company, headquartered in Chicago, did not immediately detail terms of the agreement with the Food and Drug Administration, which has been investigating safety concerns at the firm’s Sturgis, Michigan, plant.