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    Chicago DROPS vaccine mandate lawsuit against police union after Mayor Lori Lightfoot was humiliated by judge’s order suspending her deadline to get the shots

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    The City of Chicago has dropped its lawsuit Wednesday against the police union in its fight over a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for city employees, Your Content has learned.

    Chicago dropped its vaccine lawsuit against the police union on Wednesday.

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    City insists the measure is no longer necessary due to high vaccine compliance.

    But it follows a ruling striking down Lightfoot’s December 31 deadline for shots.

    City claims police union boss encouraged an ‘illegal strike’ to protest.

    City says about 87% of CPD employees now report that they are vaccinated,’according to News Week.

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