Sometime next month, Emanuel has promised to lay out “options” to slay or, at the very least shrink, a looming, $1 billion spike in pension payments.
The educator said he’s dropping out because he was unable to gather the 12,500 signatures needed to get on the ballot despite work by volunteers.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel acknowledged Tuesday that subsidies are at least a part of the reason why Chicago lost the Amazon sweepstakes.
Donations range from $100 for a cocktail party up to $5,000 for an “intimate dinner, photo and after-party” with the rapper and his candidate.
The Affordable Requirements Ordinance pilot will be introduced at Wednesday’s City Council meeting.
William Calloway declared his candidacy for 5th Ward alderman against five-term incumbent Leslie Hairston.
The city sent letters to 32 retailers and manufacturers it believes may be engaging in unlawful and deceptive marketing that targets minors.
The issues that have defined the contest so far, including gun violence, pension debt and public education, will remain important throughout the race.
The mayoral hopefuls discussed their plans to address the city’s violence and policing problems, education and how to stem the city’s black exodus.
Former Police Board President Lori Lightfoot piled on as well, saying the issue was “bigger than Toni Preckwinkle’s shielding of John Keller.”
Chicago voters backed a ban on plastic straws, but advocates for people with disabilities say it would have unintended, harmful consequences.
The Laborers Benefits Association will offer, both a Medicare plan and a non-Medicare plan as well as a “Part B Waiver Plan.”
Willie Wilson said closing the schools was “a racist move on the mayor’s part.”
Sessions signed the order the day he was forced to resign by President Donald Trump.
Preckwinkle shared a different version of events on Thursday, saying she had heard of “an unsubstantiated rumor” against Keller six months earlier.