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Old April 19, 2013, 09:07 AM   #499
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This being the Chicago bunch, I do not give them any benefit of the doubt, and I am quite sure this is just their way of making it too painful for the majority of working poor to even apply.
It would be interesting to see someone suggest a bill to waive these costs for those receiving government assistance, or fixed incomes- i.e. Social Security recipients, families below the poverty line getting "welfare" or "food stamp" type programs. I'd very curious to see how that vote played out as regards to party lines.
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