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    Alisa Kaplan, executive director of Reform for Illinois, speaks during a committee meeting Monday. [City of Chicago livestream]

    Offering an optional program to publicly finance Chicago’s municipal elections would lower barriers to running for elected office and help remove “moneyed” interests from election campaigns, aldermen and reform advocates said during a City Council committee meeting Monday. 

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