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This is going to be AWESOME!!!! Chicago aldermen agreed Friday to put the cart before the horse — or rather, the squad car before the police officer.The City Council’s Finance Committee tacked $25 million onto a previously-approved, $1.25 billion borrowing to bankroll the purchase of 600 new police vehicles for the 970 new officers Mayor Rahm Emanuel has promised to hire over the next two years.
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