Ald. Roderick Sawyer (6) tweeted about an upcoming mobile COVID-19 testing operation in the 6th Ward.
Ald. Raymond Lopez (15) tweeted, “Jaslyn Adams — may your sacrifice not be in vain!” about the 7-year-old girl who was shot and killed over the weekend.
Ald. Carlos Ramirez Rosa (35) tweeted in support of HB116, which would reverse Illinois’ statewide ban on rent control, writing that the legislation will “help us keep working families in their homes.”
Ald. Andre Vasquez (40) retweeted a statement by the Chicago Teachers’ Union regarding the death of Jaslyn Adams, which read, “We are crushed. Jaslyn was one of our students. Please keep her, her family and the Cameron Elementary Community in your hearts.”
Ald. Brendan Reilly (42) retweeted a lobbyists’ praise of his ordinance (O2020-5902) to compel city finance officials to publish monthly revenue reports. “Cheers to this basic bit of fiscal transparency passing committee and heading to full council,” the bar and restaurant lobbyist tweeted.
Ald. Michele Smith (43) tweeted, “Not vaccinated? Want things back to normal? Do your part. Come to our clinic this Thursday.”
Ald. Matt Martin (47) tweeted, “A National Infrastructure Bank would be invaluable in helping Chicago address the ongoing climate crisis by funding improvements in how it manages stormwater runoff, public transit, and its electric vehicle charging network.” R2021-337, which calls for a National Infrastructure Bank, passed Committee on Transportation and Public Way on Monday.
Comm. Sean Morrison (R-17) tweeted a facepalm emoji about potential state legislation that would raise electric bills despite last year’s ComEd bribery scandal.
I hope none of the organizations represented on their boards receive public dollars to help spring gang bangers out of jail or funnel it to this group for that purpose. https://t.co/3yDpWjn1mP pic.twitter.com/PmaksNmfy3— Ald. Raymond Lopez (@RLopez15thWard) April 19, 2021
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