Ald. Susan Sadlowski Garza (10) tweeted, “I just signed a @TheActionNet petition in support of @ILCannabisWrkrs: NO TO CANNABIS SWEATSHOPS. Sign here to stand in solidarity with #cannabis workers keeping the cannabis industry accountable to their promises of social equity and good jobs:”
Ald. Rossana Rodriguez-Sanchez (33) tweeted, ‘It’s urgent to address the needs of the people most at risk and pave the way to move in the direction of healing. Folding to conservative talking points that are against all evidence and best practices takes us in the opposite direction and we always end up in the same place.”
Ald. Matt Martin (47) wrote in his latest newsletter that the City Council Budget Subcommittee on Chicago Rescue Plan of which he serves as vice-chair “will help provide critical oversight and transparency, working to ensure that these federal funds are spent as quickly and effectively as possible.”
Ald. Harry Osterman (48) tweeted, “This week, we lost Mimi Harris, a wonderful neighbor and advocate for our City. She worked tirelessly to support the lives of those in her community. Her memory and good work will carry on.”
Ald. Maria Hadden (49) tweeted, “Collecting signatures this morning with [Cook County Board of Review candidate Samantha Steele]. Petitioning is part of our long-term organizational legacy as a democracy & a key step to mobilize change, whether it be change in policy, protecting our rights, or introducing new reps!
Cook County Comm. Luis Arroyo (D-8) tweeted a reelection campaign video and wrote, “This is our community. I was born here, raised here and I stayed here. I LOVE this place and you the people who call the 8th District home.”
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