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Daniel Solis
Emanuel wants focus on youth for 2nd term as Chicago mayor

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel focused on the need to help disadvantaged and troubled youth Monday, during an inaugural speech for his second term that touched only briefly on the major fiscal woes facing the nation's third-largest city. Coming off a hard-fought election in which he was accused of being out of touch with Chicago's neighborhoods, Emanuel took the oath — along with aldermen, the city clerk and treasurer — during festivities attended by his old boss former President Bill Clinton, former Mayor Richard Daley and U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin. Emanuel, a former White House chief of staff under President Barack Obama, said Chicago's financial problems would...