Chicago Inspector General Joseph Ferguson’s office released a draft of its 2019 investigation plans on Friday, which includes potential reviews of the city’s tax increment financing, minimum wage enforcement, and whether the city’s Department of Water Management has a plan to reduce lead levels in drinking water, if necessary.

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