You'd think an entrepreneur who opened a business in a depressed neighborhood and hires ex-cons to give them a second chance to make an honest living would be lauded. Turns out that depends on the sense of humor of the local pol. James Andrews recently opened Felony Franks in Chicago's rough Oak Park neighborhood, and Second Ward Alderman Robert Fioretti wasn't amused. Fioretti objected to the business name, claiming it glorifies lawlessness. Nor do the restaurant's motto, “Food So Good, ...
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