Ald. Daniel La Spata (1) promoted the Vaccine Anti-retaliation Ordinance, which mandates employers to compensate workers who receive a COVID-19 vaccine during working hours, in his ward newsletter.
Ald. Sophia King (4) tweeted to promote an event organizing around “wrong raids” by Chicago Police, writing “join us Tonight at 6pm as we look at policy to reform search warrants and raids.”
Ald. Raymond Lopez (15) tweeted about the Circuit court system, asking if the system was “worth it” if “repeat gun offenders aren’t given stricter sentencing.”
Ald. Matthew O’Shea (19) tweeted about Teacher Appreciation Week, writing “our teachers have done incredible work this year and they deserve gratitude and recognition.”
Ald. Jeanette Taylor (20) retweeted the Chicago Teachers Union’s statement, which referenced her activism to save Dyett High School: “District leaders said they often hear from parents who feel "drowned out" by calls for democracy in our school system, yet parents like @taylorfor20th @brothajitu and others had to literally starve themselves to save Dyett H.S.”
Ald. Carlos Ramirez Rosa (35) tweeted, “as we face a looming foreclosure crisis, a judge has ruled that Illinois ban on rent control means the City of Chicago can't protect tenants in foreclosed properties. Another reason why we *must* #LiftTheBan on rent control. Tenants shouldn't be displaced by bank foreclosures.”
Ald. Gilbert Villegas (36) shared a rendering of the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art planned in Los Angeles and tweeted, "Look it’s our museum on the lake. Oh no it’s not because we wanted a parking lot. The force was not with us."
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