Monthly Archives: September 2011

CN September 22, 2011

Ernest Sanders, Greater Auburn Gresham Development Corporation, Ammad Omar, WBEZ and Chicago News Cooperative reporter, Rebecca Vevea, discuss possible cuts to police and fire, the ongoing public education debate, and the reduction of Black-majority wards in Chicago.

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CN September 15, 2011

Miguel de Valle and Dick Simpson drop by The Newsroom this week for a discussion of the city’s deficit – how it got so big, and what factors (and people) are to blame. ┬áIs Chicago a global city? Does that … Continue reading

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CN September 8, 2011

Mayor Emanuel tells us to stop worrying about the historic abuses in the TIF program. He’s appointed an internal oversight committee to make sure everything runs smoothly from now on. So we couldn’t resist asking the Reader’s Ben Joravsky to … Continue reading

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CN September 1, 2011

When it comes to CPS budgets and issues, few people are more knowledgeable than George Schmidt, who’s been involved in teaching and reporting on the schools for decades. A blogger and reporter for Substance News, he appears on this week’s … Continue reading

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