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The city of Chicago's push to strengthen an ordinance requiring developers to include affordable apartments or condominiums in their projects is scaring residential developers, Crain's reporter Alby Gallun tells Amy Guth. They warn Mayor Lori Lightfoot that the new rules could could make new development less profitable—while on the other side, some housing advocates say it doesn’t go far enough to address the issue of affordable housing. Who is right?
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