At Issue: Congressman Hultgren Discusses The American Health Care ActA Republican Congressman admits the Senate will likely make changes in the HealthCare bill passed, but he said even the current bill is better for the public than so-called Obamacare.
At Issue: Democrat Chris Kennedy Disagrees Businesses Want Rauner 'Turnaround Agenda'The former head of Chicago's Merchandise Mart says the incumbent Republican governor of Illinois is diverting attention from the budget.
At Issue: Father George Clements Honored For His Activism And ServiceActivist priest, Father George Clements, who was the first black pastor at Holy Angels Roman Catholic Church, will be honored and celebrated Wednesday at the Hilton Chicago for his 60 years in clergy and being at the forefront of many issues.
At Issue: Chicago Needs To Reduce Segregation, Advocacy GroupsAdvocacy groups are sounding a warning that Chicago needs to reduce racial and economic segregation, or lose billions of dollars each year.
Paul Vallas Named To Administrative Post At Chicago State UniversityThe former head of the Chicago public school system says troubled Chicago State can "grow itself out of its problems."
At Issue: Democratic Governor Candidate Daniel Biss Talks Rauner's FailureDemocratic candidate for governor Daniel Biss said Bruce Rauner may already be running re-election campaign commercials, but his record as Illinois Governor is clearly one of failure.
Roskam: Trump Not ‘Wise’ To Propose Great Lakes Preservation Funds CutPeter Roskam favors some parts of Trump's proposed budget, but thinks cutting funds that help preserve the Great Lakes is not "sustainable."
Official: Rauner “Plays Politics” With Chicago Infrastructure FundsCDOT Commissioner Rebekah Scheinfeld said the state is holding up final approval on a number of road, bridge and traffic signal projects.
Englewood Community Has Mixed Emotions On Plans Of A New High SchoolResidents of the South Side's Englewood community have hope--and some concerns--about plans to build a new high school in the area.
Advocate: Immigrants Fearing Trump Policies Are Filing Taxes LaterOfficials think fears about changing U.S. immigration policies might keep some undocumented immigrants from filing early tax returns.
Businesses Look Ahead To Outcome Of "Grand Bargain" After New Budget PlanA Chicago business leader said local companies can live with tax increases in the budget plan being worked out by Illinois Senate leaders, but they want to see other reforms in the so-called "Grand Bargain".
Son Of Late State Comptroller Said Topinka Would Be 'Furious' With Budget Stalemate The son of the late State Comptroller Judy Baar Topinka suggests his mother would be livid at the long budget stalemate underway in the state of Illinois.

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