Fresh off a full day of budget hearings, the Cook County Board will meet for regular business again today. Most major items of note, including a public hearing on a rideshare surcharge, significant changes to the county’s property tax incentives, and amendments to the ethics code regarding elected officials who serve as attorneys, have been put on hold. But there are a few major financial settlements to be approved, and what appears to be the final changes to the way the county handles consent calendar items.

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