Monthly Archives: March 2016

CN March 31 2016

  Greg Hinz is our guest this week. The writer, columnist and blogger for Crain’s said he understands the demands that CTU is striking for on April 1, but he’s not sure the CTU will convince anybody, or will itself … Continue reading

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CN March 24, 2016

  Steve Rhodes, reacting to the decision by the Illinois Supreme Court this morning calling Mayor Emanuel’s pension plan for City workers unconstitutional, tells us -“Now there’s no wiggle room whatsoever. Now there’s no negotiation that can take place.” The … Continue reading

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CN March 17, 2016

  Mary Ann Ahern says she’s surprised that John Escalante didn’t make the final cut when the Police Board announced its three finalists yesterday. “You’ve got to give him credit for sort of holding the line,” says the veteran NBC5 … Continue reading

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CN March 10, 2016

  Bruce DuMont was at a Bernie Sanders rally a few weeks ago, “And one of their delegates was making the point that Hillary Clinton’s top surrogate, top supporter in Illinois is Rahm Emanuel. She was making the point that … Continue reading

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CN March 3, 2016

  What’s the future of Chicago’s planned manufacturing districts? Does anybody care? Do we still even need them? These are more than academic questions in at least one part of Chicago – the vast tract of gradually emptying land between … Continue reading

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