Chicago’s mayoral-elect Brandon Johnson will take office amid rising crime, a sky-high tax burden, and a deteriorating business climate.

In 2022, three major companies – Boeing, Tyson, and Citadel – moved their corporate headquarters’ out of Chicago.

Johnson, whose candidacy was heavily financed by the politically militant Chicago Teachers Union, will be forced to make tough decisions as mayor.

Will he roll back his radically progressive agenda to accommodate the economic realities facing the city – or will he double-down at the insistence of his CTU backers, and risk plunging Chicago further into chaos?

The Illinois Policy Institute’s director of economic and fiscal research, Bryce Hill, joined @FoxBusiness’s Varney & Co. to explain what Chicagoans – and the rest of the nation – could expect.

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