Chicago aldermen on Thursday will meet with the city’s top financial team who say they have a potentially risky borrowing plan to help fund pensions.
The city has tens of billions of dollars in pension liability, which means taxpayers will likely pay more — but how much more? What are the risks?
WBEZ politics reporter Becky Vevea joins the Morning Shift to break down the borrowing plan.
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