The Old Town School’s new union fears the administration is treating teachers like commodities, not inspirations.
Husband of alderman, majoral donor possibly facing fines of more than $750K for improper lobbying of the mayor, and other Chicago news
Also, Chance the Rapper is bringing sign language interpreters on tour.
As Rauner pushes for economic ‘reforms,’ business is good for corporate CEOs
The governor wants tighter rules on lawsuits as part of a budget deal.
Fun with numbers
Fuzzy math in the Tribune
To be or not to be an infrastructure trust rubber stamp
The board of the city’s new infrastructure trust fund discusses its oversight role
Mayor Rahm selects his infrastructure trust rubber stamp
Oversight, Chicago-style: Mayor Emanuel appoints an infrastructure trust board that can be depended on to do whatever he wants
The trust fund mayor
The mayor has big plans for Chicago’s infrastructure. Wish we knew what they were.
Funds and Games: Chicago 2016’s “Stewardship Report”
A new donor report claims transparency but obscures details on who’s paying for the Olympic bid. And then there’s the question of why they’re paying.
Boeing did this
The New Yorker reports on a trip to torture town made with the assistance of Chicago-based Boeing.