A lawsuit over the city’s home-sharing rules was given new life by an appellate court decision, while the Chicago Teachers Union laid out their demands for a new contract — and city officials celebrated a continuing decline in the number of babies born to teens.

Chicago Teachers Union President Jesse Sharkey displays the unions demands for a new contract. [Heather Cherone/The Daily Line]

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