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The policy discriminates against youth, poor people and the homeless, to name a few, the alderman said.

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The Lincoln Park alderman married cyber-security expert Leigh Weber.

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Professor Dick Simpson, a former aldermen, found divided votes have doubled in the mayor's second term.

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Ald. Edward Burke (14th) said he "could not believe" so few people were on the registry.

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The Chicago History Museum offers free admission in celebrating Chicago's 180th birthday Saturday.

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A measure to make an attack on a police officer a hate crime in Chicago is pending in the City Council.

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The effort is based on a Obama administration initiative designed to increase police force diversity.

Downtown »

A new report said Chicago Police led the state in the amount of money and property seized from suspects.

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Aldermen also approved combat medical kits for police officers trained in their use.

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George Blakemore is a frequent commentator at public meetings, calling himself a "concerned citizen."

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Ald. Edward Burke proposed ordinance after officers saved a man's life with blood-clotting gauze.  

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Ald. Michelle Harris, chairman of the Rules Committee, planned to make another try at passage next week.

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"Why would I drop it?" Burke said about his ordinance that makes attacks on police officers hate crimes.

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"Concerned citizen" George Blakemore is known for long speeches criticizing "rubber stamp" aldermen.

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Mayor Emanuel couldn't take issue with her criticizing Chicago's murder rate.