To: Rahm Emanuel, Maayor of Chicago

Kepp Chicago city clinics open

People in Chicago can either go to private physicians and pay highly for health care or go to one of several city-run clinics and pay a nominal fee (I pay $115 four times annuallly). They will no longer have this option, and highly-skilled employees will not be transferred to other facilities.

Why is this important?

Employees, including medical staff, have built up a tremendous amount of experience, and now they are to be let go just because Mayor Emanuel thinks he can save city budget money.