‘By focusing on Chicago’s one-year budget, it’s like we’re treating an intensive care patient with an aspirin’

From Wirepoints:

Chicagoans are stuck with more retirement debts than they can ever repay. Add up the debt of overlapping governments and put that burden on those households with the means to pay — say those making $75,000 or more — and you’re looking at a burden of $400,000 per household. That’s an impossible amount.

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