CHICAGO — With the unveiling of his first budget two weeks away, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel ruled out several ideas offered up this week in a special report from the city’s inspector general to help erase $636 million of red ink.

The proposals include imposing a city income tax or charging tolls on Lake Shore Drive.

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