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Stay in the loop with the Windy City’s biggest news.

Angela Cheng

The Rundown Podcast - Show Tile

Stay in the loop with the Windy City’s biggest news.

Angela Cheng

Temperatures drop, discrimination lawsuit filed, assault weapons ban questioned

The City of Chicago encourages residents to be prepared and utilize City services and resources during the Winter season. A new lawsuit says the way Cook County conducts property tax sales illegally discriminates Black and brown residents by leaving them with no equity. Some Chicago anti-violence workers believe an assault weapons ban won’t do enough to curb city-wide gun violence.

Stay in the loop with the Windy City’s biggest news.

Angela Cheng

   

The City of Chicago encourages residents to be prepared and utilize City services and resources during the Winter season. A new lawsuit says the way Cook County conducts property tax sales illegally discriminates Black and brown residents by leaving them with no equity. Some Chicago anti-violence workers believe an assault weapons ban won’t do enough to curb city-wide gun violence.

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