Chicago considers 'good food' standards but not taxpayer expense
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel is beginning a push to have the Chicago City Council pass a "Good Food" policy that will change the rules for all city food procurement contracts. While the city of Chicago is in terrible financial condition and has billions in underfunded pension liabilities, Mayor Emanuel is apparently more concerned with virtue signaling than either protecting taxpayers from unnecessary expenses or food borne illnesses.
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