In 2018, the Chicago Coalition for the Homeless proposed an ordinance that would tax home sales over $1 million at a higher rate in an effort to fight homelessness in Chicago. On Monday, Mayor Lightfoot and her allies in City Council blocked a hearing for that ordinance, known as Bring Chicago Home.
Reset breaks down what happened and what’s next with a grassroots leader and two alderpeople who sponsored the ordinance.
GUESTS: Carla Johnson, grassroots leader with the Chicago Coalition for the Homeless
Ald. Matt Martin, 47th Ward
Ald. Maria Hadden, 49th Ward