CHICAGO — Chicago's lobbyists — including public finance bankers, financial advisers, and lawyers who seek work on city bond sales — would face greater reporting requirements under a package of ethics reforms Mayor Rahm Emanuel will introduce to the City Council Wednesday.

Emanuel, who was elected earlier this year, said the proposals are designed to fulfill his campaign pledge to improve the transparency of city government.

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