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Next for Rahm: Police, fire unions
Sep. 21, 2012
Rahm's next round of negotiations, Rep. Joe Walsh justifies his bigotry and a man in Austin lynches a chair.
Illinois' crazy Uncle Joes keep us on our toes
Sep. 11, 2012
The state's pair of crazy Uncle Joes, the Obama bear hug backlash and new light shed on the Blagojevich trial.
Dart: ‘We’re criminalizing mental health’
Sep. 5, 2012
But the sheriff isn’t backing calls for Chicago to reopen six clinics it closed this spring.
Rahm provides labor problem for liberals
Sep. 4, 2012
Rahm's union stance and the DNC, remembering David Foster Wallace, and the worst box office opening ever
Emanuel: City can't afford teacher raises
Jul. 17, 2012
An arbitrator is calling for a 15 to 20 percent pay hike during the first year of their new contract, due mostly to longer hours from the mayor's push to lengthen the school day.
Workers at window plant turn to mayor
Jul. 6, 2012
They occupied the former Republic Windows factory in 2008. Now they want Rahm Emanuel to push a Chicago financial firm to help save their jobs.
Ricketts family caught up in ad controversy
May. 17, 2012
The patriarch of the family that owns the Chicago Cubs is caught up in the middle of a political controversy over a proposed ad that links President Barack Obama to inflammatory remarks made by Rev. Jeremiah Wright.
Less pay, more training for new sanitation workers
May. 1, 2012
New Chicago streets and sanitation workers will see more training but less pay under a new agreement between the city and a major labor union.
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