While City Council’s police reform hearings have continued to grind on, exactly what Mayor Rahm Emanuel plans to introduce in September remains a mystery. Other than the non-profit Community Renewal SocietyThe Daily Line has not been able to identify any other thought leaders or aldermen that have been briefed on the Mayor’s plans or seen draft language. Yet, keeping pressure on the system, Mayor Emanuel has said he wants reform passed in September before the October budget process begins.

At a Council hearing on police reform at City Hall yesterday, the fifth of seven meetings, Mayor Emanuel and aldermen were urged to make the process–including possible ordinance language and how it’s being drafted–more transparent.

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