The Chicago Police Department is beefing up police presence after a new deadly downtown shooting. The mayor’s new daily curfew of 10 p.m. clears a committee and will be voted on by the full City Council next week. Chicago’s first casino proposal won’t be voted on until next week, but the mayor says she has the votes — and needs the money for her FY2023 budget to help with the $300 million shortfall.
Early voting starts for some, but confusion abounds amid lawsuit delays. Political campaign ads turn nasty with six weeks to go before the primary. And who will win the hottest Chicago Teachers Union election in years?
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