Quinn Won’t Take Stance on Term Limits Today After All

quinnbloomweb Quinn Wont Take Stance on Term Limits Today After AllChristine Quinn will not say today whether she supports or opposes the bill being introduced to change the city’s term limits law from two terms to three.

"The speaker will not be making an announcement about her position," spokesman Jamie McShane said. He described yesterday’s Democratic Caucus meeting as a "robust conversation" and said Quinn is still getting feedback from her members.

The prolonged wait for Quinn’s position on term limits is in stark contrast to the way she handled another controversial piece of legislation, on congestion pricing

As McShane pointed out: "This is not congestion pricing,"

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