Rideshares, restaurants and parking meters. What else does Mayor Lightfoot want to tax in the 2020 budget?

Justin Kaufmann

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS – OCTOBER 17: Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot visits with children affected by the teachers’ strike at the McCormick YMCA on October 17, 2019 in Chicago, Illinois. About 25,000 Chicago school teachers went on strike today after the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) failed to reach a contract agreement with the city, leaving 300.000 students searching for alternative ways to spend their day. Chicago has the third largest public school system in the nation. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

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Heather CheroneChicago City Hall reporter and Managing Editor of The Daily Line, joins Justin on Extension 720 to break down Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s 2020 budget address and to give us on update on the Chicago teachers strike.

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