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    Cook County tenant protection ordinance primed for vote after fresh round of tweaks 

    A proposal to extend a version of Chicago’s tenant protection rules across Cook County is on track for preliminary approval on Tuesday, capping off more than six months of intense back-and-forth lobbying between housing organizers and real estate groups. 

    The Cook County Board of Commissioners Zoning and Building Committee is scheduled at 2 p.m. Tuesday to vote on an updated draft the Residential Tenant and Landlord Ordinance (20-3562) that would give landlords slightly more leeway than a version that narrowly missed a vote last month. 

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