Also, Chicago’s minimum wage goes up to $11 per hour July 1, though the press for $15 per hour continues.
There’s a massive backlash to the sale of menswear company Bonobos (founded by Chicago native Andy Dunn) to Wal-Mart.
Also, small, regional state universities are struggling to stay open without state funding.
Also, Chicago State University’s funding crisis could be the first of many for small state schools.
Also, Chicago Public Schools will open more than 250 sites for students during one-day teachers’ strike.
Also, some Illinois counties are losing population, and Pau Gasol replaces injured Jimmy Butler in NBA All-Star Game.
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Look on the bright side, Chicago—in Tuesday’s primary, voters showed their utter disgust with Mayor Rahm’s policies. In a roundabout way.
Alshon Jeffery, Chicago Bears