A proposed ballot question on infrastructure spending ended in a rare tie roll call vote, leaving aldermen unsure if the motion carried or failed. The stymied motion called for creating a referendum to ask Chicago voters this November whether state and federal government should invest more money in local road repairs and new infrastructure projects.

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