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Developers who got taxpayer subsidies from Mayor Richard Daley's administration were repeatedly required to donate to a nonprofit group founded by Chicago first lady Maggie Daley as part of the deal.More than $900,000 ended up flowing to After School Matters, but city officials couldn’t explain why — and had no guidelines to evaluate how the money was directed to that group and other charities that received contributions.Those conclusions were drawn by Chicago Inspector General Joseph Ferguson, who released a report Tuesday that suggested Mrs. Daley’s program benefited disproportionately since 2003 from its obvious connections to city government.
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Developers who got taxpayer subsidies from Mayor Richard Daley's administration were repeatedly required to donate to a nonprofit group founded by Chicago first lady Maggie Daley as part of the deal.

More than $900,000 ended up flowing to After School Matters, but city officials couldn’t explain why — and had no guidelines to evaluate how the money was directed to that group and other charities that received contributions.

Those conclusions were drawn by Chicago Inspector General Joseph Ferguson, who released a report Tuesday that suggested Mrs. Daley’s program benefited disproportionately since 2003 from its obvious connections to city government.

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Filed under $900,000 taxpayer subsidies Maggie Daley required repeatedly

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