By Adam Shaw
New York City Mayor Adams said it could ‘destroy’ the city
Chicago’s announcement this week that the Windy City is facing a $538 million budget deficit, with a significant part of that attributable to its ongoing migrant crisis, marks the latest instance of a “sanctuary” city paying a heavy financial cost for migrant arrivals.
Chicago announced this week the $538 million deficit, driven by several factors including “the cost to care for new migrants arriving to the city.”
NBC Chicago reported that at least $200 million stems from costs from special project costs — including migrant care. The outlet reported that recent estimates suggest the crisis is projected to cost more than $255 million by the end of the year…