Monthly Archives: December 2014

CN December 18, 2014

Is the Chicago municipal election really under way? Well, yes, but not in the most visible way. ¬†At this point, it’s “mostly objections and positioning,” say Jimm Dispensa and Mike Fourcher of Aldertrack, our guests this week. Aldertrack is a … Continue reading

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CN December 11, 2014

  There was a stark manifestation of the growing divide between haves and have-nots in Chicago recently when the CHA revealed the numbers of people who’d applied for its most-recent round of wait-list applications. “There were 282,000 or so households … Continue reading

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CN December 4, 2014

  Our special guest this week: Mayoral candidate Jesus “Chuy” Garcia. Also joining us, Evelyn Garcia, the candidate’s wife, and Hal Dardick, city hall reporter for the Chicago Tribune. We covered school policy, including charters and an elected school board … Continue reading

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CN Nov. 27, 2014

  We re-visit the topic of fracking in Illinois this week, since the regulations were officially published within the last few days and the permitting process is now open. In this program we review¬†some of the arguments made by guests … Continue reading

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