Lori Lightfoot

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Mayor Lori Lightfoot said police Superintendent Eddie Johnson engaged in "actions that are intolerable for any leader.”
Education
More than 300,000 students missed days of classes, but they will be made up at the end of the school year under the terms of the deal.
Education
The standoff between Mayor Lori Lightfoot and the Chicago Teachers Union has resulted in an eighth day of striking, the city's longest in over 30 years.
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About 25,000 teachers are on strike in the Windy City — and negotiations are fraught.
Education
The Massachusetts Democrat and 2020 presidential candidate stood alongside the Chicago Teachers Union in its sixth day of striking for a better contract deal.
Education
The Chicago Teachers Union rejected Lori Lightfoot's request to halt the strike during contract negotiations as the walkout reached its third school day.
Politics
The City Council passed zoning regulations for recreational marijuana sales, but the Black Caucus is concerned about minority-owned business inclusion.
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They will be building on a wave of teacher of activism that they helped set off in 2012.
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Lori Lightfoot hit out at the Republican Texas senator after he cited Chicago as an example for why "gun control doesn't work."
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Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot called the first daughter's tweets "nonsense."
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Mayor Lori Lightfoot has been outspoken against cooperation with federal immigration officials, but activists want her to sign an executive order proving it.
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Mayor Lori Lightfoot says she'll halt any Chicago police cooperation with Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents, but refuses to put it in writing.
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Marni Washington, who is part of Lightfoot's mayoral protective detail, was charged after a reported June 27 incident.
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The 75-year-old Rolling Stones frontman hadn't missed a beat.
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Mayor Lori Lightfoot is continuing to try to reduce the city's government corruption, after Alderman Ed Burke was charged with bribery and racketeering.
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She signed an order to erase "aldermanic privilege," which has given council members veto power over zoning and permits.
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Lightfoot, who is openly gay, won Tuesday’s runoff in Chicago against Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle.
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Political outsider Lori Lightfoot, who was a federal prosecutor in northern Illinois, and Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle were the top two vote-getters.