Assessor Fritz Kaegi addresses reporters. [A.D. Quig/The Daily Line]

A bill that would give the Cook County Assessor’s office — and other offices statewide — the ability to collect operating income and expense data from commercial properties ran into road blocks in the House this week, with members doubting the efficacy of the bill after opposition from powerful real estate interests surfaced.

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