Mayor says city could fine violators of self-quarantine, but urges voluntary compliance.
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The school provided pizza, water and snacks to hundreds of protesters that gathered downtown on May 30.
Mayor Lightfoot Disputes WBEZ’s Report On CPD’s Anti-Violence Plan. Here’s The Transcript Of The Top Cop Describing It.
A transcript of the news conference shows Police Supt. David Brown grappling with city’s gun violence and his preparation for the holiday weekend.
“We do not have a plan to create a list of individuals who are traveling and try to track them down,” Allison Arwady said.