Monday, February 24, 2020
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Stopping Human Trafficking in Illinois

We speak with a woman who spent 25 years of her life, caught in the sex trade, and hear how the number of young...

Chicago to Add Nearly 1,000 New Police Officers to Combat Rise...

Chicago:   Chicago Police Superintendent, Eddie Johnson announced on September 21, that the City plans to add nearly 1,000 new police officers to the...
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Saving Abandoned Babies

Since the passage of the "Save Abandoned Babies" law, some 112 newborn children were dropped off at rescue sites, where the mother can leave...
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Sen Kwame Raoul on Reforming Criminal Justice Laws

Sen Kwame Raoul (D), talks with Correspondent, Shirley Descorbeth about changes he'd like to see made within the Criminal Justice code of Illinois, and...
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Liberty Justice Center to Sue State Board of Elections over UnEqual...

From Chicago:  A new state law requires counties with populations of 100,000 or more to offer Election Day voter registration at all polling places....
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The Technology & Planning Behind Elections

We talk to Kyle Thomas, Director of voter registration services for the State Board of Elections, about election audits, preventing voter fraud, and whether...
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Legal Challenge of the Effort to Reduce Chicago Pension Obligations

From the Illinois Supreme Court -- We hear the oral arguments in the case that challenged the effort of the Emanuel administration to reduce...
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Avoiding Consumer Fraud

Atty-General Lisa Madigan and others, join to warn consumers of a variety of fraudulent schemes being perpetrated against individuals and businesses, and what steps...

A Lawsuit Challenging HB-40, Requiring Taxpayer Funding of Abortions, Headed for...

(September 19, 2018 – Springfield, IL) The suit over a new Illinois law providing taxpayer funding for abortions will head to the Illinois Supreme...
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Chicago Police Board President, Lori Lightfoot, on Rebuilding Trust with Minority...

From the City Club of Chicago:  In a climate of high tensions between Chicago police and minority neighborhoods in the wake of publicized police...

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Historian Mark DePue: Preserving Illinois’ Oral History

From the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library:  We talk with historian and fmr military officer, Mark DePue on his work of conducting indepth oral history...

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