President Obama has been making serious waves in Chicago recently, between House Speaker Michael Madigan’s $100 million proposal to build Obama’s Presidential Library in the Windy City. Now Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced that CPS will be building a new selective-enrollment high school, which will be named after the President. So what do you think?

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