Should Chicago get rid of honorary street signs?

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A sign is seen in front of Trump Plaza in Chicago, Illinois on October 7, 2016. Chicagoans are not too happy with Donald Trump's portrayal of their home town. Elected leaders in the third largest US city are trying to show their displeasure by taking down an honorary "Trump Plaza" street sign in front of the businessman's Chicago skyscraper. / AFP / Nova SAFO (Photo credit should read NOVA SAFO/AFP/Getty Images)

It’s Wednesday so that means we are treated to a visit from The Daily Line‘s Mike Fourcher to break down all the local political stories making news this week. Mike talks about Mayor Emanuel’s trip to New York City to meet with President-elect Trump, Donald Trump’s latest round of Cabinet nominees, the ongoing drama over CPS pension funding and the Chicago City Council’s attempt to get rid of honorary street signs.

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