Alderman Brian Hopkins on Chicago’s violence: ‘If this continues, people will be afraid to live in any city in America’

Anna Davlantes

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS – AUGUST 10: A window is shattered at an Timberland store along Michigan Avenue after it was looted on August 10, 2020 in Chicago, Illinois. Police made more than 100 arrests during the night as widespread looting and disorderly conduct was reported downtown and other areas of the city. Officials believe the violence had apparently grown out of a shoot out between police and a suspect. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

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2nd Ward Alderman Brian Hopkins joins guest host Steve Dale to talk about a variety of issues including his effort to close a legal loophole in Chicago’s puppy mill ordinance, the safety issues that have plagued the downtown area over the last few months, and Chicago’s budget shortfall.

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