Sessions, Facing Budget Cut, Won’t Promise To Help Chicago

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Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson asked Attorney General Jeff Sessions for more financial help at a time of runaway violence, but Sessions was noncommittal, saying he didn't want to make promises he couldn't keep at a time of proposed cuts to the Justice Department, the Chicago Tribune reports. Johnson was among several chiefs from mostly big-city . . .

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