A months-long plot to force a vote on an ordinance that would increase oversight of the Chicago Housing Authority and set specific, annual benchmarks for required public housing units and vouchers fizzled ahead of Wednesday’s full City Council meeting. While the details of why it waned are murky–did the sponsors fumble on purpose or was it poor planning–the timing is not in doubt.

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