Candidate for Chicago's 39th Ward committeemen Barry Bebart is warning Mayor Lori Lightfoot that the 'set-asides' she wants to implement for gay city contractors may have the opposite effect of what she claims to be seeking.
Republican political strategist Chris Robling points to Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s plan of creating 'set-asides' for city contractors who identify as gay as an example of good intentions gone awry.
The Civic Federation recently reported that Chicago’s projected revenue from the city’s hotel accommodations tax for fiscal year 2019 is expected to be in the neighborhood of $126.3 million, with another $25.9 million to be generated from a hotel operators’ tax.
With the threat of a third Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) strike in the last seven years hanging in the balance, Illinois taxpayers could soon be forced to pay at least $1.1 billion in order to hammer out a deal.
Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot today announced a $2.7 million investment in the City’s 2020 census efforts—the largest amount of funding Chicago has ever committed to the census—for an all-hands-on deck outreach strategy to ensure that every Chicagoan is counted
There is no doubt that Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot is facing difficult challenges when it comes to the $800 million budget deficit the city is facing, but one longtime observer of city politics said that is just part of the job she was elected to do when she took office five months ago.
WFLD Fox 32 Chicago President and General Manager Dennis Welsh did not mince words about the perilous place Illinois’ growing pension crisis has left the state in during a recently aired editorial on the network in which he predicted voters are primed for revolt given anything short of pension reform.
Sepsis is a serious, life-threatening condition. Sepsis can occur in any child but it’s more likely to present in children who are currently experiencing an infection or an open wound, in the hospital, have undergone a recent surgery or have an already weakened immune system.
When the Chicago Department of Transportation originally released the Vision Zero Chicago traffic safety plan on June 2017, activist Oboi Reed and others argued that the city didn't do enough to reach out to residents on the South and West sides and take their perspectives into account.