Former Chicago Inspector General David Hoffman, tells reporters the City Council has only taken a “half step” toward oversight. [A.D. Quit/The Daily Line]

Chicago’s integrity issues persist despite six inspectors general overseeing the city and its various sister agencies, a nonprofit watchdog group announced Thursday, revealing the results of a months-long investigation.

In an open letter to Mayor-elect Lori Lightfoot, Business and Professional People for the Public Interest characterized Chicago’s inspector general system as seriously flawed.

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