Legislation would allow Chicago teachers to live outside the city

03/9/2010 | ChicagoNow.com

Illinois lawmakers are considering legislation that would end a requirement that Chicago teachers live in the city -- a bill that is supported by the city's teachers union. This blogger writes that the economic downturn is making jobs harder to find and the city more expensive to live in, and the legislature could remove obstacles to employment.

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