Scope of Mayor Emanuel’s CityKey Program Expands

Last December, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel unveiled a new municipal ID card for undocumented people. The cards will double as Ventra and library cards and will give discounts to various museums and sporting events.

Mohammad Ramadan
March 30, 2018

 

Last December, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel unveiled a new municipal ID card for undocumented people. The cards will double as Ventra and library cards and will give discounts to various museums and sporting events. Details about the program can be found here.  

 

Holders of the ID card will have access to discounts on name brand and generic prescription drugs at no direct cost to the City or participating Chicago residents

The City Clerk's office sent out a request for proposal this week looking for a partner for the Discount Prescription Drug Program for city residents. These benefits will be accessed through the CityKey card. A press release from March 26 said that the holders of the ID card will have access to discounts on name brand and generic prescription drugs at no direct cost to the City or participating Chicago residents.

 

 

Another benefit to the Chicago CityKey ID is that the participants have the option to have a prescription drug card number automatically printed on their CityKey. The City aims to create a “consumer friendly program that provides Chicago residents an excellent option to save on prescription medications.”

Responses to this RFP are due by April 13. The CityKey card will be publically available for purchase to Chicago residents in April of 2018. 

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Over the years, attorney Mohammad Ramadan has gained immeasurable experience in a vast majority of Illinois Courthouses. His compassion and prowess as a high performing attorney has consistently garnered high success rates in a variety of cases. Most recently, Ramadan was named one of the the Top ...

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