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    A $29 million Cook County vaccination program is among new proposed spending initiatives set to be unveiled on Thursday. [Facebook/Cook County Health]

    Cook County budget officials are set Thursday to unveil more than $35 million in new long-term spending initiatives backed by federal stimulus dollars. They will also pave the way for the county to recruit its first new inspector general in 14 years and will finalize the approval of nearly $11 million in settlement payments to end various lawsuits against the county.  

    The items are among dozens of orders of business the county’s Board of Commissioners is scheduled to dispatch during its regular monthly meeting at 10 a.m. Thursday. 

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