Comm. Richard Boykin (D-1) walked away from the Cook County Board with a couple victories, but he earned the ire of one colleague Wednesday. A youth jobs program he had been calling for since the Spring is coming to his district, with funding and political support from Board President Toni Preckwinkle, and a new task force to study the relationship between social media and violence he proposed won unanimous approval from his fellow commissioners. But his ask for a roll call on a procedural matter related to a proposed tax freeze rubbed Comm. John Fritchey (D-12) the wrong way.

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