Ill. State Rep. Brad Halbrook Halbrook filed a House resolution advocating for the separation of Chicago from the rest of Illinois.

Let’s fact check his claim that, “The City of Chicago is often bailed out by taxpayers in the rest of the State, such as the 1 million bailout for the CPS pension system that was signed into law.”

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