And meet his bosses—corporations and the investor class.
On Thursday, animal rights groups and the Fight for $15 made a colorful stand timed to coincide with the corporate behemoth’s annual shareholders’ meeting.
Also, Chicago’s minimum wage goes up to $11 per hour July 1, though the press for $15 per hour continues.
Also, Mayor Rahm Emanuel has named a new chief of staff.
Also, Rahm scores big with Illinois General Assembly override of Rauner’s pension bill veto.
Some of the greatest journalistic minds in Chicago will come to the Hideout on February 3 to discuss, among other things, whether there’s any truth whatsoever to Rahm’s campaign propaganda.
The mayor’s reelection claims on the minimum wage and pre-k education don’t add up.
Not long after handing over up to $17 million in school funds to a bunch of bankers, Mayor Rahm throws a bone to Chicago’s lowest-paid workers—just in time for February’s election.
The mayor is certain that the city’s new minimum wage law will help people, starting with him.
Under fire from the Tribune on interest-rate swaps at CPS, Mayor Rahm tries to explain why investment bankers have more contractual rights than ordinary teachers, firefighters, and cops.
The Magnificent Mile goes for Rauner, while the black wards keep the faith in Quinn.
Who’s paid for Pat Quinn and Bruce Rauner to try to win our votes.
Pat Quinn campaigns for reelection with the help of a little star power.
The politics behind Mayor Rahm’s slow—very slow—creep to the left on raising the minimum wage.
In a comparison between Mayor Emanuel and New York’s Bill de Blasio, Chicago loses again.