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The case of the nebulous NATO grant funds

We're still waiting for that NATO money to materialize. Aides to Mayor Rahm Emanuel have repeatedly said they?ve procured tens of millions of dollars in federal funding to cover security costs for the NATO summit?essentially an assurance that Chicagoans won?t be the only taxpayers who have to pony up for Emanuel?s idea of hosting the international meeting.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to t
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