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Does Lightfoot’s Proposed Budget Invest Enough in Chicago Neighborhoods?

In this Friday, Aug. 9, 2019, photo, a man walks on a sidewalk past a boarded up business in Chicago’s Englewood neighborhood. Mayor Lori Lightfoot pledged to invest in the city’s South and West Side neighborhoods in her budget address Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2019.

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Does Lightfoot’s Proposed Budget Invest Enough in Chicago Neighborhoods?

Mayor Lori Lightfoot mentioned the need for neighborhood investment multiple times in her first budget address on Wednesday. 

Reset examines how well her budget plan performs when it comes to delivering on that need.

GUEST:David Doig, president of Chicago Neighborhood Initiatives

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