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The proposal, set for a final vote Oct. 11, seeks to build affordable housing in 3 hot neighborhoods.

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State Sen. Daniel Biss and Ald. Carlos Ramirez-Rosa split over differences of opinion on Israel.

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Ramirez-Rosa, 28, said he was running for statewide office to "put working people first."

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Elected alderman in 2015, Rosa is among the youngest to be elected to the Chicago City Council. 

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The developer will present its plan Thursday for 48 apartments at the corner of Montrose and Bernard.

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The zoning change sailed through the City Council in a 49-1 vote on Wednesday.

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Ald. Ramirez-Rosa said any further cuts to CPS could prompt students to walk out of class in protest.

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Chicago has never had rent control and it's been outright banned at the state level since 1997.

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Six probationary officers are undergoing training, aldermen report.

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Kit Kat, Butterfinger and Jolly Ranchers are union-made, according to Ald. Carlos Ramirez-Rosa.

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The new Independence branch will be located inside a mixed-income housing development.

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The station will get safer street-level access for commuters as well, Mayor Rahm Emanuel said.

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Critics said the new Civilian Office of Police Accountability has little actual civilian involvement.

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The library branch will reopen in its former leased digs while the city tries to buy the land.

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Aldermen Ameya Pawar and Carlos Ramirez-Rosa submitted the proposal.