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The Bitter Controversy Over Chicago’s Newest Police Academy

Rahm Emanuel wants to build the project in the city’s poorest neighborhood — where Laquan McDonald was raised

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel at a police graduation at Navy Pier on November 19, 2018. Photo: Scott Olson/Getty

OnOn a raw, rainy March morning in Chicago, Mayor Rahm Emanuel stood on the dais of the city council chambers, looking out over the aldermen who had just voted to build one of his most…

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