Emanuel Outlines Plan To Address Pension Crisis
Mayor Rahm Emanuel is sounding the alarm on the city’s looming pension crisis, and is asking state lawmakers to legalize recreational marijuana, authorize a Chicago casino, and approve changing the state constitution to help address the problem. CBS 2's Vi Nguyen reports.

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