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"For years, they’ve said Chicago ain’t ready for reform. Well get ready, because reform is here."
Inspector General Joseph Ferguson said it was a “good question” whether the police department should even operate a database.
Burke is one of four Chicago aldermen facing legal problems.
Solis is expected to resign immediately now that his role as an FBI informant has been made public, the Sun-Times reports.
In a 37-page document, the feds reveal secretly-recorded Burke phone conversations.
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"These are not things that just make a difference today, or tomorrow, but for generations," Emanuel said.
An exception to the longstanding packaged goods ban was granted for Foxtrot, which opened over the summer.
City officials first learned of the issue nearly six months ago.