Mayor Rahm Emanuel is looking to beef up the city’s restaurant inspection unit after a report from the Office of the Inspector General criticized the city’s public health department for falling behind on checks on food establishments. Rules governing the authority and fee structure of food inspections in Chicago are on the agenda for the City Council’s Health Committee.

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