Ald. Raymond Lopez (15) tweeted, “Just another morning in Lightfoot’s Chicago with a 5am shooting in front of my Brighton Park Office. We are here thanks to a mayor focused on suing gangbangers for their Newport’s, a CPD Supt ignorant of the work his officers do, and a State’s Attorney that works against victims.”
Ald. Silvana Tabares (23) wrote in her latest newsletter, “West Lawn Library has reopened their doors after being temporarily closed for renovations. I stopped by to meet the new branch manager, Mina Duarte, and her staff.”
Ald. Rossana Rodriguez-Sanchez (33) tweeted, “Housing is a human right and people deserve beautiful, supportive spaces to live. We fight to move us in this direction and provide housing for everyone.”
Ald. Gilbert Villegas (36) tweeted of a recent shooting murder, “Melissa I am sorry that Chicago failed you and your family. As a Father, I cannot imagine what your family must be going through. Gangs are out of control and we need the Fed, State, County and City to develop a strategy to get gun violence under control.”
Ald. James Cappleman (46) tweeted, “I am a huge fan of [the Urban Land Institute] because they focus on valid and reliable research for urban policies. Here's their latest perspective on rent control, eviction moratoriums, and other approaches to obtain more affordable housing: https://t.co/Dry785NZOC”
Ald. Matt Martin (47) released a statement saying on the Victims Justice Ordinance saying, “headlines and sensationalist talking points that double down on unproven or failed strategies don’t solve violence in our neighborhoods, and in some cases, this rhetoric can also perpetuate real harm in the underserved communities in which action is most needed.”
Cook County Comm. Sean Morrison (R-17) tweeted “Sanctity of life week” with an image of an anti-abortion flyer.
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