Ald. Daniel La Spata (1) tweeted that he is “teaming up with [Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx] for a free webinar this Tuesday, Jan. 18th at 6pm. Join us to learn more about the State's Attorney's role in the law enforcement system and more.”
Ald. Matt O’Shea (19) wrote in his latest newsletter, “In 1994, Congress passed the King Holiday & Service Act, designating this day as a national day of service. Since then, participation in the Martin Luther King Day of service has grown steadily with hundreds of thousands of Americans engaging in acts to support others or benefit their community. Please consider taking this day to perform an act of service for others.”
Ald. Scott Waguespack (32) in his latest newsletter shared a link to a virtual event he held alongside Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart and wrote, “Cook County Judges are ordering Electronic Monitoring for more defendants on pre-trial status. The number has grown and included offenders charged with gun offenses and other violent crimes.”
Ald. Rossana Rodriguez-Sanchez (33) wrote in her latest newsletter, “Something that is within our control as CPS parents and guardians is to make sure our students over age 5 are vaccinated and sign them up for weekly Covid-19 screening at school. Regular testing is crucial to catching asymptomatic cases that can spread quickly in our schools.”
Ald. Maria Hadden (49) shared a CNN article about the latest Chicago Inspector General’s report on the Anjanette Young raid and tweeted, “This is why the #AnjanetteYoung ordinance is necessary. We need to enshrine reforms in code rather than the promises of executive orders. #actionsspeaklouderthanwords.”
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