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    A key City Council committee on Monday will consider a proposal to raise the maximum age for sworn members of the Chicago Police Department and uniformed members the Chicago Fire Department from 63 years old to 65.  

    The proposal could help the city keep more money flowing into the pension system and less flowing out as sworn and uniformed employees have the option to stay on the job longer, the proposal’s sponsor Ald. Chris Taliaferro (29), a former police officer, told The Daily Line on Friday. 

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