SPOTLIGHT: Chicago-area county mulls turnover of public health system


Right now, the Cook County Board is struggling to manage its $810 million system of clinics and hospitals. Some critics say the solution is to let an outside party run the system, which is currently $300 million in the hole. But many others oppose having the county let go of such a large source of jobs, contracts, and let's face it, power. Article

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