Cook County government watchers are in for two long hearings. One focuses on billing practices at the Cook County Health and Hospitals System, which the county’s inspector general alleged cost taxpayers tens of millions of dollars in past years. The other is on whether to allow video gambling in unincorporated Cook County – an expansion Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle described as reprehensible, but one off which the county should profit.

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