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Section: General News - A group opposed to spending money on the Olympics rather than on basic needs such as housing and education, held a rally at downtown Chicago Thursday when the International Olympic evaluation team arrived to inspect Chicago's bid for 2016 summer games.
A group calling itself "No Games Chicago" says the city should be spending money on schools and housing, public transportations and improvement of environment.
"We don't want Olympic Games, we want houses, we want schools, we want clinics", the protesters shouted.
Babara, who is working in a financial institute in Chicago, told Xinhua that she is opposing the Games, because "we …