If Chicago imposed a flat income tax on commuters working within city limits, the city could generate an additional $420 million a year. If imposed only on non-Chicago commuters, $170 million could be generated. That is according to tax projections the Emanuel administration sent aldermen this week ahead of his 2018 budget release Wednesday at 10:00 a.m.

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