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Chicago Approves $750M for New Mayor's First Big Deals

CHICAGO - The Chicago City Council on Wednesday approved the sale of up $750 million of new-money and refunding debt in the city's first big bond issues proposed by new Mayor Rahm Emanuel, who also submitted an ordinance seeking to rescind the city's head tax.

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