Chicago on Tuesday released its latest attempt to come up with a city sticker that people will actually stick on their cars.
City Clerk Susana Mendoza in February did a u-turn on a design submitted by a 15-year-old who won a citywide contest because some people thought it resembled a gang sign.
Next, the runner-up, a different student, backed out.
This time, city employees designed the sticker.
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