ON March 18, alderman Edward M. Burke, a Democrat from the Chicago, Ill., south side and the longest-serving alderman in Chicago's storied political history, dropped proposed Ordinance 02015-2551 into the control of the Chicago City Council's Finance Committee, a committee Burke chairs.
The ordinance would add a new section to Chapter 7-38 of the "Municipal Code" that would make it "unlawful for any person to sell, offer for sale, give away, barter
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