Is it likely that the solutions that Chicago chooses won't work and will only get more people to leave the city and state?

And that will be people who can afford to leave which likely means lower tax revenues

2 Answers

  • 1 month ago
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    It's not only likely, it's pretty much a certainty.  

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    I doubt it.   

    There are many major metropolitan cities that are getting more screwed up every day and yet people keep moving there, real estate keeps going up, wages keep going up, taxes keep going up...      

    Just take a look at Seattle or San Francisco.    They used to be nice cities.   Now they are literal shiitholes at four times the price.   And yet people keep moving there.

    As long as Chicago gives incentive to big employers to stay there, people will stay there too. 

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