The Chicago Coalition for the Homeless rallies before Tuesday’s meeting of the Finance Committee in support of an effort to raise taxes for homeless services. [A.D. Quig/The Daily Line]

An effort to raise the city’s real estate taxes to expand efforts to end homelessness in Chicago stalled again Monday, as allies of Mayor Rahm Emanuel blocked efforts to ask voters to approve the proposal.

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