The trend of good news for Chicago Public Schools continued as a third ratings agency boosted its outlook for the agency’s debt. Mayor Rahm Emanuel touted his administration’s efforts to expand services for Chicagoans living with HIV — as all 50 aldermen call for a hearing on staff cuts at clinics.

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