Top secret government documents have been retrieved by the FBI from Donald Trump’s Florida home. The former president deflect the extraordinary hoarding of classified documents. Meanwhile, Trump is fundraising off the FBI “raid” of his home as the GOP circles the wagons around the former president.
Chicago’s budget shortfall means a $42.7 million property tax hit. The budget relies on casino funds, as Bally’s files its application with the state as the casino’s temporary site at Medinah Temple is conditionally approved.
Dorval Carter unveils his plan to attack a crime wave on the CTA as CPD brass promises to put more desk cops on beats. But, the head of reform at CPD is fired by Supt. Brown after he decries the dozens of officers who were redeployed from his unit in that effort.
Will Chuy Garcia run again for mayor? Ald. Sophia King is in, and FOP president John Catanzara out of the mayoral race as the crowded field shapes up. And Alderpeople rip the mayor’s NASCAR deal as details emerge showing it isn’t as lucrative as the city’s Lolla deal.
In state politics, abortion rights, and LGBTQ issues bubble up for Darren Bailey as he doubles down on his comparison of the Holocaust to abortion. The governor demands an apology from his opponent for his “offensive” remarks.
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