A full day of committee hearings is on tap at Chicago City Hall — Transportation and Public Way heralds the coming of spring, with dozens of sidewalk cafe permits expected to be approved starting at 11 a.m., while License committee
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This week on The Daily Line’s Aldercast, publisher Mike Fourcher joins a panel of Springfield lobbyists to break down what might happen during next week’s veto session at the Illinois General Assembly. On Tuesday, the members reconvene to finish up the 2017 legislative agenda, all while they’re passing petitions for 2018 elections. So what’s being prioritized and what will be left behind?
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