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Mayor's Office

Retired city workers file suit to save health care subsidy

Emanuel shakes up Council committee chairmanships

Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Wednesday named Alderman Michelle Harris (8th) as the new chairman of the City Council Committee on Committees, Rules and Ethics in the wake of the retirement of Dick Mell, former alderman of the 33rd Ward who previously served as that committee’s chairman.

Rahm to Guardian Angels: Work safe-passage routes, not Mag Mile

Emanuel questions RTA oversight in Metra patronage mess

Emanuel backs independent budget office to analyze spending for aldermen

CPS layoffs: Rahm blames pension shortfalls for teacher cuts

Mayor grapples with weighty problems that he inherited

Ex-partner of Daley son owes City Hall $428K in Chicago sewer scam

City to post TIF district information online

Emanuel discusses Chicago’s economy at policy breakfast

Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Thursday morning talked about the unique aspects of the city's workforce and how his administration is helping to drive Chicago’s economy.

The mayor’s comments came during a panel discussion at a breakfast the University Club of Chicago held to promote “The Metropolitan Revolution: How Cities and Metros are Fixing our Broken Politics and Fragile Economy,” a new book by Bruce Katz, vice president and director of the Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program, and Jennifer Bradley, a fellow at the organization.