Monthly Archives: August 2012

CN August 23, 2012

“Two weeks ago I did a community education forum in Rogers Park”, says Matt Farmer, who blogs for Huffington Post and is active with the CTU, “and an audience member asked each of us the question whether or not there … Continue reading

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CN August 16, 2012

Young people, according to Carol Felsenthal (Chicago Magazine, The Hill) may be the surprise in the November election, finding Paul Ryan attractive for his youth and fresh ideas about the economy. But that will be more than offset, she predicts, … Continue reading

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CN August 9, 2012

Here’s something to ponder if you or your friends are driving along enjoying some of that newly-slightly-deregulated marijuana. Sam Hudzik (WBEZ) explains the scenario: “If you get pulled over or are a passenger in a car that gets pulled over … Continue reading

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CN August 2, 2012

How, we ask Catalyst Chicago’s Sarah Karp, will this compromise between the CPS and the CTU work? How will adding, on average, one teacher to each school reach the goal of a longer school day yet not require elementary teachers … Continue reading

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