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The Chicago Reader’s Maya Dukmasova joins us today. Maya covers housing and criminal justice. She recently produced a fascinating report about a lawsuit being brought by a developer that could, if it proceeds, challenge the age-old tradition in the city council of “aldermanic prerogative.” In short, this tradition holds that any alderman can support, or reject, any development in his or her ward, and all the other alderpeople will support the prerogative. 620 more words
Chicago Police Board chair Lori Lightfoot is our guest this week.
Lightfoot is especially good at explaining complicated processes, such as the quest for a consent decree, agreed upon by the Mayor’s office, an assembly of powerful community groups, the ACLU, the Police Department and the Illinois Attorney General. 297 more words
The Chicago Tribune
Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Chicago Police Department Superintendent Eddie Johnson field questions at the Chicago Police Training Division on the city’s West Side on Aug. 1,333 more words
With ALL of the headlines by CNN and MSNBC and most (if not all) of the MSM about Stormy Daniels and President Trump spewing nonstop hysteria, it’s well past time that we take a look at the motivations behind all of the nonsense. 334 more words
One thing Chicago values is making sure they capture ever Democrat vote. 125 more words