Election in Cook County, Ill., could hinge on hospital issue

Williamson, Tammy
February 1998
Bond Buyer;02/25/98, Vol. 323 Issue 30338, p36
Trade Publication
Presents the views of the opponents of Cook County Board president candidate John Stroger Jr. on his plans for the bond-financed replacement of the Cook County Hospital in Chicago, Illinois. Democrat Calvin Sutker's stands for tougher oversight of the hospital; Republican candidate Aurelia Pucinski's opposition to Stroger's proposal; Influence of the hospital plan on Pucinski's party-switching.


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