As members of the Chicago Teachers Union and the Service Employees International Union picketed Chicago schools and flooded Downtown on the first day of a strike designed to force Mayor Lori Lightfoot to agree to their demands on a host of issues including staffing, pay and class sizes, a key credit rating agency said a “reasonably short” work stoppages would not effect the district’s debt rating.

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