As City Council prepares for the new year, and with it new legislative priorities, a lot of legislative loose ends remain. There are hundreds of ordinances and resolutions that have been languishing away in committee. Some, like plans to strengthen oversight of the Chicago Housing Authority, to create a public matching financing system for city elections, and to legalize video gambling in Chicago, have been stalled for more than a year.

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