Mayor Lori Lightfoot said she plans to celebrate her victory with a cigar, a glass of scotch and a Thanksgiving dinner with her family. [Heather Cherone/The Daily Line]

Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s $11.65 billion spending plan for 2020 may have sailed through the Chicago City Council Tuesday, but its passage highlighted the deep rift between the mayor who promised to end business as usual at City Hall and energized progressive groups that are demanding structural change.

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