As Chicagoans Die, Police Pension Burden Hobbles City’s ResponseTim Jones
An average of six Chicagoans have been shot each day this year, up from five in 2014. In its effort to respond to the carnage, the city is hamstrung by obligations to police, the very people it needs to protect the public.
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