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Mayor says police union 'extraordinarily reluctant to embrace reform'
Mayor Lori Lightfoot says contracts with the city's police union have been "a significant problem and challenge in getting the reforms necessary."
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More workers now losing hope of getting back jobs, study says
Forty-two percent of the layoffs caused by the pandemic could become permanent job losses, according to a study by the University of Chicago’s Becker Friedman Institute for Economics.
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Police investigate protest video in which officer is heard using gay slur
Chicago police say they are investigating a video in which an officer is heard using a gay slur during a confrontation with protesters last weekend.
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