Only half of employees in Preckwinkle’s office fully trust supervisors to handle harassment complaints March 20, 2019 By A.D. Quig - While employees working under Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle know how and where to report workplace harassment, only half of employees said they believed superiors would fully and fairly investigate an allegation of wrongdoing, according to a survey.
Candidate admonished by Board of Ethics for mailer with city seal March 20, 2019 By Heather Cherone - An unnamed candidate was admonished by the Chicago Board of Ethics for wearing a jacket or sweater emblazoned with the Chicago seal in two campaign mailers, according to a letter released Tuesday.
Manufacturers’ Association sticking to ‘bipartisan’ goals in legislative agenda March 20, 2019 By Hannah Meisel - Now that Democrat JB Pritzker is governor, Illinois Manufacturers’ Association President and CEO Mark Denzler wants to pick his battles carefully. Denzler, who has been at IMA’s helm for only a few months after years of working under former leader Greg

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Bill Daley: ‘Progressive is just because Democrats didn’t want to call themselves liberals anymore because it was such a negative term’

Bill Daley, the former Chief-of-Staff for Barack Obama and former U.S. Commerce Secretary for Bill Clinton had stints in the private sector at SBC Communications, JPMorgan Chase, and at Swiss hedge fund Argentiere Capital. He talks about his crime plan, the factors driving Chicago’s population loss, and his definition of progressive.


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