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City Sues Some Landlords For Allegedly Not Providing Adequate Heat

The city of Chicago is suing some landlords to force them to provide better heat during this cold snap. City ordinance requires landlords to keep heat in their buildings at at least 68 degrees during the day and 66 at night. Tenants can complain by calling 311. A Chicago official says the city generally brings 300 to 500 heat cases each year.

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