Aug 09, 2016 Chicago Alderman Lopez Uses Sick Stray Pit Bull Death To Push “No Kill”

Chicago - A new pet-activist alderman, Raymond Lopez (15th) is using the death of a sick stray pit bull as an excuse to push for No Kill in Chicago.  He has enlisted none other than the great and powerful Alderman Ed Burke in introducting a resolution to make Chicago a “no kill” city.  Burke must think there’s an angle in it or he thinks appealing to the well-heeled Chicago animal philanthropists will distract people enough to forget the recent discovery that he runs a $100 million worker’s compensation program completely in the dark.  

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Alderman Ed Burke is the oldest and most powerful alderman in Chicago