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Chicago Budget Hikes Cigarette Tax, Other Fees and Fines to Help Erase Red Ink

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel unveiled a $7 billion 2014 budget Wednesday that relies on natural tax growth, spending cuts, savings from management initiatives, a cigarette tax hike, and increases in other fines and fees to fund new investments and erase $339 million of red ink.

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