Chicago Spent $66 Million on Hospital That Treated 38 Coronavirus Patients


Seems a good use of funds. Got to make sure friends are taken care of even in a crisis. (Especially in a crisis.)

(From The Washington Free Beacon)

The Metropolitan Pier and Exposition Authority, the agency Lightfoot tasked with overseeing the project, overlooked a bid from a construction company that offered to waive fees or donate them to coronavirus pandemic relief organizations. Instead, officials gave the bid to Walsh Construction, a politically connected contractor, which billed the city $65.9 million to renovate the McCormick Place convention center.

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