Aldermen on Wednesday recommended to approve a collective bargaining agreement between the city of Chicago and the labor union that represents police supervisors  largely on the grounds that it provides a blueprint for the upcoming negotiations between the city and the Fraternal Order of Police, which represents rank-and-file officers.

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