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Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel has revised his pension plan, dropping a proposal for raising property taxes, in the wake of criticism from Gov. Pat Quinn and the state lawmakers who must approve it.

Last week, Emanuel unveiled a plan to hike property taxes by $250 million over five years. Now, it would be up to the city to decide how to raise revenue for pensions.



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