A scramble to enact oversight of the Chicago Police Department. A war over ward superintendents. A cacophony of voices arguing over how to spend $1.9 billion. It's been a volatile month for the Chicago City Council, all culminating at Wednesday's City Council meeting — if the meeting runs to completion this time. No matter what happens, The Daily Line editor Alex Nitkin, reporter Erin Hegarty and special guest Heather Cherone of WTTW walk through the most important legislation tackled by the Council this month — and what will be left on the table headed into the August recess.
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