Tag Archives: Deb Mell

CN March 14 2019

It’s a double header this week as we’re visited first by the great Maya Dukmasova (Chicago Reader) and then by former Mayoral candidate Paul Vallas. Dukmasova expresses some surprise at the strength of the resistance to two big votes yesterday … Continue reading

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CN March 12, 2015, Part 2

  On today’s Chicago Newsroom Part 2, the aldermanic runoffs, we take on Wards 2, 7, 45 an 46 with Aldertrack’s Mike Fourcher. Ward 2: Brian Hopkins and Alyx Pattison Fourcher describes Hopkins, former Chief of Staff to Cook County Commissioner … Continue reading

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CN March 5, 2015 Part 2

  On today’s “Part 2: the Runoffs”, we tackle Wards 11, 20, 24, and 33 with veteran journalists Ethan Michaeli and Glenn Reedus. Ward 11:  Daley-Thompson/Kozlar The grandson of Richard J. Daley, after a short stint at Water Reclamation, seeks … Continue reading

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CN Feb. 12, 2015

  It’s just possible that as of this date, Mayor Rahm Emanuel still hasn’t garnered enough support to avoid a runoff after the Feb. 24 election. The Reader’s Ben Joravsky is sticking with his prediction that the four other candidates will … Continue reading

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CN January 10, 2013

Well, that fragile thread of hope that the Illinois General Assembly might, in its waning hours, find the courage to enact some meaningful pension reforms – that hope vanished pretty quickly, didn’t it?  And nowhere was the criticism more withering … Continue reading

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