Mayor Rahm Emanuel backed 47th Ward Ald. Ameya Pawar’s push to study what a universal basic income will mean for Chicago. Former Gov. Pat Quinn vowed to go to court after the Chicago Board of Election Commissioners affirmed a ruling by a hearing officer that voters should not get a chance to decide whether Chicago mayors should be limited to two terms.

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