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Topic - Sarah Hamilton
Mayor Rahm Emanuel asked a state court Monday to force Chicago schoolteachers back to work and end a weeklong strike he calls illegal.
Still, Emanuel spokeswoman Sarah Hamilton said the mayor wouldn't address expanded gambling until the city solved its pension problem.
In Chicago, Mayor Rahm Emanuel is expected to march in the city's downtown St. Patrick's Day parade on March 15, as he has every year since he took office and everyone is welcome to join, said his spokeswoman Sarah Hamilton.