For the first time in decades, Chicago has a say in who its treasurer will be. But what the hell does the treasurer even do?
Also, after the release of video, Kenneka Jenkins’s family and friends ask the FBI to investigate her death in hotel freezer.
Also, Rauner signs automatic voter registration and immigration bills.
Also, city treasurer Kurt Summers decides against running for governor.
Also, Chicago Public Schools still could close for the summer 20 days early.
Also, a new list says Saint Louis and Springfield are more dangerous than Chicago, and Mayor Emanuel has an in with the Joffrey.
Kurt Summers distances himself from Mayor Rahm’s position on interest-rate swaps.
With the appointment of Lou Bertuca to the ISFA, Governor Quinn gets one last chance to wave his middle finger in Mayor Rahm’s face.
Mayor Emanuel replaces the outgoing treasurer with another executive from his friend’s investment firm.