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Record #: O2022-1891   
Type: Ordinance Status: Re-Referred
Intro date: 6/22/2022 Current Controlling Legislative Body: Committee on Committees and Rules
Final action: 7/20/2022
Title: Establishment of Peace Book Ordinance
Sponsors: Hairston, Leslie A., Rodriguez Sanchez, Rossana , Sawyer, Roderick T., Taylor, Jeanette B. , Rodriguez, Michael D.
Attachments: 1. O2022-1891.pdf, 2. O2022-1891 (W33) Principal Sponsor.pdf
CITY OF CHICAGO

MICHELLE A. HARRIS, ALDERMAN, 8TH WARD CHAIRMAN-COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES AND RULES
CITY HALL, RM-200. OFFICE #4 • 121 NORTH LASALLE STREET, CHICAGO IL 60602 PHONE: 312-744-3075 • FAX: 312-744-5007



City Council Meeting July 20, 2022

To the President and Members of the City Council:

Your Committee on Committees and Rules, considered the following Report, Ordinances and Resolution which met July 19, 2022:
The approval of the June 2022, Monthly Rule 45 Report for the Committee on Committees and Rules


Your Committee on Committees and Rules, recommends "do pass" of the following items:
Ordinance correcting the City Council Journal of Proceedings of January 26, 2022 (02022-2020)

Recommendation to refer proposed Establishment of Peace Book Ordinance (02022-1891) to the Joint Committee of Health and Human Relations and Budget and Government Operations

4. The approval of the substitute resolution amending of City Council Rules of Order and Procedure by modifying Rule 14 regarding recusal requirements for City Council member (SR2022-364)

This recommendation of each item was concurred in by the Committee on Committees and Rules.


Sincerely,



Michelle Harris, Chairman Committee on Committees and Rules

HEALTH AND HUMAN RELATIONS/ BUDGET



PEACE BOOK ORDINANCE

Whereas, historically, the City of Chicago has invested no funds in inidativcs that support, recognize, and invest in the leadership, potential and violence reduction activities led by Black and brown youth; and instead, the City has invested in public safety initiatives that contribute to a disparaging view of and deficit narrative about Chicago communities of color, particularly on the South and West sides, including but not limited to stop-and-frisk policing, gang injunctions, and the gang database;

Whereas, taxpayers bear the cost of a regime that criminalizes Black and brown youth and create deficit narratives of their communities, including the exorbitant costs of policing and incarcera...

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