CHICAGO — Celebrations took place after a committee meeting at City Hall Tuesday, where the majority of City Council members approved the submission of the “Bring Chicago Home” campaign for public referendum, which if approved by city voters, would provide a permanent revenue stream to tackle homelessness in Chicago.

WGN’s Bronagh Tumulty goes further in depth on the story, covering the implications the legislation has for 68,000-plus homeless persons in Chicago, and what can happen next.