Dan Ryan anti-violence march cost at least $323K, report says

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Protesters march on the Dan Ryan Expressway; July 7, 2018

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CHICAGO — Last month’s anti-violence march on the Dan Ryan Expressway is estimated to have cost at least $323,000.

The Chicago Sun-Times reports some of the largest costs include $200,000 for state police and $52,000 for IDOT equipment.

The Chicago Police Department has not released its estimate.

A large police presence is also expected for Thursday’s protest and march from Lake Shore Drive to Wrigley Field before the Cubs game.

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