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    Lanetta Haynes Turner, chief of staff to Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle, speaks during an event to announce the first allocations from the county’s Equity Fund.

    A reset of the county’s grant distribution calculus, an “information exchange” for social service agencies, a resource center for disadvantaged pot purveyors and an intensive place-based economic development regime modeled on Chicago’s Invest South/West initiative will be among the first products of a new Cook County funding stream dedicated to reversing the effects of systemic racism, county officials announced Thursday.

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