"These requirements add an additional layer of bureaucracy and expense on promoters who are working at venues that have already met Chicago's insurance and licensing requirements, which are some of the most stringent in the United States. Those same promoters say this law is not unlike requiring someone to become a licensed auto mechanic before taking their car to a reputable, well-established garage for repairs."

- Jim DeRogatis, Chicago Sun-Times

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