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The City Of Chicago Is Looking To Change Health Policies

The city of Chicago is asking residents how it should improve the city’s health policies.The city’s health department is looking at five policy changes including expanding home inspections for lead and requiring healthy options for kids meals at fast food restaurants. At a community meeting Monday in the city’s Brighton Park neighborhood, Doctor Allison Arwady with the Department of Public Health said the proposals are purposely broad for residents to make suggestions. The department will hold two more town hall meetings in August.

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