A sharply divided Finance Committee approved $5.5 million in tax increment financing for Presence, the state’s largest Catholic health system, to renovate the system’s downtown headquarters and a group of neighborhood clinics. Local Ald. Brendan Reilly (42), one of seven who voted no on Friday, said he did not believe the city should provide tax dollars to fund a hospital system that does not provide basic reproductive health services.

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