Chicago Police Union Arbitration Deal Voted Down By City Council

CHICAGO — Tensions rose once again between city hall and the Chicago police union after the city council rejected a controversial police arbitration provision of the new union contract.

By voting no, Chicago alderpeople voted to reject the ordinance that includes a provision providing police with the right to arbitration behind closed doors under certain CPD disciplinary actions.

Chicago Mayor Brandon Johnson and many others hope today’s actions lead to greater police transparency.

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