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Johnson sees no rift with Preckwinkle over migrant funds

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Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle

1. Johnson maintains migrant spending has not hurt relationship with Preckwinkle

The mayor addressed his relationship with the Cook County board president after she appealed to City Council members over the allocation of $70 million for migrant services.

 
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2. Jim Belushi nudges Pritzker to lower weed taxes

Once the feds take action on deregulating cannabis, the industry will see another boom, according to Jim.

 
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3. Why using ticket sales tax on new stadiums is a no-go for Johnson

The mayor also said White Sox owner Jerry Reinsdorf should put some "skin in the game" like the Bears.


More: Johnson buys more time to avoid ShotSpotter rebuke

 
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4. Illinois is no exception when it comes to racial health disparities

A new Commonwealth Fund report shows health outcomes vary drastically in Illinois depending on a resident’s race.

 
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5. Discover Financial profit dives 68% as compliance costs bite

The struggling credit-card company's numbers also show a worrying sign of increased stress for U.S. consumers.

 
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6. Chicago Teachers Union reveals key contract demands

As it hashes out issues such as paraprofessional salaries and arts funding, the union also says it wants bargaining sessions to be open to the public.


More: Illinois lawmakers propose extending Chicago’s moratorium on school closures to 2027

 
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7. The Dining Table podcast: Chicago's cutting-edge Indian cuisine with Sujan Sarkar

Chef Sujan Sarkar talks about how he created his hit restaurant Indienne and what inspired his new spot on the Near West Side, Swadesi Cafe.

 
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8. Stellantis avoiding plant shutdowns by paying Illinois supplier 'under hostage threat'

It is the automaker's latest disputed payment made to Mundelein-based MacLean-Fogg Component Solutions to keep pinions and gears flowing.

 
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9. Property tax sales targeted in Illinois: Crain's Daily Gist podcast

Crain’s residential real estate reporter Dennis Rodkin talks with host Amy Guth about news from the local housing market, including a lawsuit that aims to stop Illinois counties from selling homes over unpaid taxes.

 
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10. Why Deere is hiring a 'chief tractor officer' to launch a TikTok account

The tractor maker is trying reintroduce John Deere to Gen Z.

 
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MORNING 10 THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 2024 Did someone forward this to you? Sign up for the Morning 10 here. Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle 1. JOHNSON MAINTAINS MIGRANT SPENDING HAS NOT HURT RELATIONSHIP WITH PRECKWINKLE The mayor addressed his relationship with the Cook County board president after she appealed to City Council members over the allocation of $70 million for migrant services.   Read More > to explore top features like 40 Under 40 & Best Places to Work. Jim Belushi speaking at an 1871 event 2. JIM BELUSHI NUDGES PRITZKER TO LOWER WEED TAXES Once the feds take action on deregulating cannabis, the industry will see another boom, according to Jim.   Read More > White Sox The 78 February 2024 rendering 3. WHY USING TICKET SALES TAX ON NEW STADIUMS IS A NO-GO FOR JOHNSON The mayor also said White Sox owner Jerry Reinsdorf should put some "skin in the game" like the Bears. More: Johnson buys more time to avoid ShotSpotter rebuke   Read More > An empty hospital bed 4. ILLINOIS IS NO EXCEPTION WHEN IT COMES TO RACIAL HEALTH DISPARITIES A new Commonwealth Fund report shows health outcomes vary drastically in Illinois depending on a resident’s race.   Read More > Discover Financial credit card in a wallet 5. DISCOVER FINANCIAL PROFIT DIVES 68% AS COMPLIANCE COSTS BITE The struggling credit-card company's numbers also show a worrying sign of increased stress for U.S. consumers.   Read More > Stacy Davis Gates 6. CHICAGO TEACHERS UNION REVEALS KEY CONTRACT DEMANDS As it hashes out issues such as paraprofessional salaries and arts funding, the union also says it wants bargaining sessions to be open to the public. More: Illinois lawmakers propose extending Chicago’s moratorium on school closures to 2027   Read More > The Dining Table 7. THE DINING TABLE PODCAST: CHICAGO'S CUTTING-EDGE INDIAN CUISINE WITH SUJAN SARKAR Chef Sujan Sarkar talks about how he created his hit restaurant Indienne and what inspired his new spot on the Near West Side, Swadesi Cafe.   Read More > Stellantis HQ image.jpg 8. STELLANTIS AVOIDING PLANT SHUTDOWNS BY PAYING ILLINOIS SUPPLIER 'UNDER HOSTAGE THREAT' It is the automaker's latest disputed payment made to Mundelein-based MacLean-Fogg Component Solutions to keep pinions and gears flowing.   Read More > houses 9. PROPERTY TAX SALES TARGETED IN ILLINOIS: CRAIN'S DAILY GIST PODCAST Crain’s residential real estate reporter Dennis Rodkin talks with host Amy Guth about news from the local housing market, including a lawsuit that aims to stop Illinois counties from selling homes over unpaid taxes.   Read More > 20240415_John_Deere_3x2a.jpg 10. WHY DEERE IS HIRING A 'CHIEF TRACTOR OFFICER' TO LAUNCH A TIKTOK ACCOUNT The tractor maker is trying reintroduce John Deere to Gen Z.   Read More > Every Monday through Thursday, listen to our roundup of essential headlines and analysis from Crain’s reporters and host Amy Guth. UNLOCK YOUR ACCESS Discover the latest insights, analysis & opinion needed to navigate Chicago's complex business landscape. This email was sent to Manage My Account | Contact Us © 2024 Crain Communications Inc 130 E. Randolph St., Suite 3200, Chicago, IL 60601 United States | |
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