I called Dean Angelo, president of the Chicago Fraternal Order of Police, for a simple quote on a story Thursday afternoon, but he was in a loquacious mood, and a five minute check-in turned into a half hour conversation. He’s in the middle of a tight run-off election. Mail-in ballots will be counted on Tuesday, April 12, and his union is flexing on police reform.

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