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Cook County State's Attorney Kim Foxx responds as she receives a standing ovation after announcing she will not seek reelection.

Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx responds as she receives a standing ovation after announcing she will not seek reelection during a speech at a City Club of Chicago on Tuesday.

Ashlee Rezin

State’s Attorney Kim Foxx not running for reelection

Kim Foxx made history in 2016 when she became Chicago’s first Black woman to be elected Cook County State’s Attorney. The trailblazing progressive prosecutor announced Tuesday she won’t seek another term.

Reset discusses what’s next for Foxx and the country’s second-largest prosecutor's office.

GUEST: Patrick Smith, WBEZ criminal justice reporter

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