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Chicago is one again a safe haven for people who love foie gras.

Though it you’re a duck or a goose, not so much.

Crain's Chicago Business reports that the City Council there has repealed a two-year-old ban on foie gras, instituted because of concerns that the delicacy is made by essentially cruel methods – force-feeding geese and ducks to enlarge their livers.

Mayor Richard Daley, who led the call for the repeal, said it was the "silliest" ordinance ever passed in the city.

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