Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle offered her usual sobering warning at a briefing with reporters Monday designed to look ahead to the 2019 budget, anticipating it will be “difficult and challenging.”

Cook County budget projections show stagnant revenues and growing general fund expenses in the out-years, owed in part to the repeal of the county’s beverage tax in 2017. [Cook County]

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