WATCH: Chicago’s pension reform and potential statewide impact

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After being passed by state lawmakers last week, Gov. Pat Quinn has yet to sign a pension overhaul bill that would likely raise city property taxes, and says he’s still weighing whether or not he’ll sign it.

On Chicago Tonight, Carol Marin, along with Sen. Kwame Raoul, Sen. Matt Murphy, Rep. Ann Williams, and Rep. David McSweeney discuss the impact the bill could have.

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