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AFSCME Chief Offers Emanuel A Plan To Keep Libraries Open On Mondays

Seeing that Rahm Emanuel is promising that private donations will cover the security costs for the May NATO and G8 summits, AFSCME Council 31 executive director Henry Bayer said yesterday a similar proposal could be used to restore library services on Mondays. [ more › ]
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