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If Mayor Rahm really wanted to stop poor people from leaving Chicago, he’d stop giving TIF handouts to corporations

Instead another TIF deal benefits a downtown building instead of neighborhoods in need.

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City Life: Trading up. Women are forging a space of their own in Chicago's $100 billion manufacturing industry. Q&A: An interview with comic Pete Holmes on playing a stand-up on TV, navigating pop culture post-Weinstein, and more. Politics: If Mayor Rahm really wanted to stop poor people from leaving Chicago, he’d stop giving TIF handouts to corporations. Ben Joravsky on the latest City Council deal.

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