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Chicago Ain't Ready for Reform

Here we go again: With the Cubs favored to win their first World Series title since 1908 and end the longest drought in the history of professional sports, the cost of playoff tickets can be sky-high. That is, unless you happen to be a Chicago alderman.For the second straight year, all 50 aldermen — and state lawmakers who represent Chicago districts — have been offered the right to purchase two terrace reserved or upper deck tickets for each home playoff game at Wrigley Field all the way through the World Series.
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