A year and a half of uncertainty around union work rules at Chicago’s McCormick Place convention center appears to be over. The labor unions and McCormick Place officials have agreed on new labor reforms, which go into effect November 1, and the unions will ask the courts to dismiss a lawsuit they filed against the Metropolitan Pier and Exposition Authority, which runs McCormick Place. The settlement, brokered by Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn, includes four key ...

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