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Ald. James Cappleman attacked in Uptown on Saturday night, police say

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Good morning, Chicago —
Here’s the latest from the area after the Bears’ first victorious Sunday of the season.
Ald. James Cappleman, who represents the 46th Ward, said he was attacked Saturday night in Uptown while checking out a resident’s text about “a group of intoxicated individuals.” Cappleman says he knows the person who committed the assault, which he added only left him with “very minor” injuries.
Mayor Lightfoot revealed late last week that Chicago’s property tax levy will increase by $76.5 million in 2022. See how City Council members reacted to Lightfoot’s plans in Fran Spielman’s story.
And Jacqueline Jackson, the wife of the Rev. Jesse Jackson, is now a “true proponent” of getting vaccinated against the coronavirus as she and her husband recover from bouts with COVID-19, her son, Jonathan Jackson, said Saturday while providing an update on his parents’ condition.
Read all that and more below.
Satchel Price, assistant audience engagement editor
46th Ward Ald. James Cappleman attacked in Uptown. 'I know the individual who assaulted me. I have sat with him numerous times.'
Lightfoot plans to increase Chicago’s property tax levy by $76.5M in 2022, aldermen told
Wife of Rev. Jesse Jackson now ‘a true proponent’ of vaccination as they recover from COVID-19
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