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Chicago Mayoral Candidates Spar Over Policing, Taxes In First Forum

Five of the candidates seeking to replace Mayor Rahm Emanuel in the February election met Monday night for a forum on African-American issues.

According to the latest census data, more than 12,000 black residents moved out of the area in 2016. One study recent study said housing costs and a stagnant job market are to blame, so what did the mayoral candidates have to say about it?

Morning Shift talks to WBEZ’s Becky Vevea for an update on the mayor’s race.

GUEST: Becky Vevea, WBEZ city politics reporter and host of On Background podcast

LEARN MORE: Mayoral debate: Preckwinkle and Mendoza tangle over crime, taxes, Joe Berrios (Chicago Sun-Times 11/19/18)

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