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    Members of the Chicago Housing Initiative, ONE Northside and Access Living speak during a news conference outside City Council on March 23. [Alex Nitkin/The Daily Line]

    Expanding existing fees on demolitions, tacking on new penalties for apartment owners who leave their units empty, attaching new conditions to city-backed affordable housing subsidies and taxing high-end land sales to pay for anti-homelessness programs are among a suite of new legislative proposals housing organizers are looking to stake out in the City Council.

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