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Water debt callout

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New WBEZ investigation reveals many Chicago homeowners are drowning in water debt

For years, Chicago leaders used the city’s water supply as a revenue stream. Now, tens of thousands of homeowners are drowning in debt.

Reset checks in with a WBEZ reporter and a Chicago homeowner who successfully fought for most of her water debt to be forgiven.

GUESTS: María Inés Zamudio, WBEZ race, class and communities reporter

Sylvia Taylor, Chicago homeowner

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