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            Fran Spielman Show

            Veteran City Hall reporter Fran Spielman's interviews with Chicago's movers and shakers.

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            Preckwinkle defends Dart’s handling of Cook County Jail during coronavirus outbreak

            Like a cruise ship or a nursing 上海11选5走势图, Toni Preckwinkle says the jail is a "petri dish" for the coronavirus where two detainees have died and more will inevitably follow.

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            Fran Spielman interviews Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle

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            Fran Spielman interviews Sam Toia & Michael Jacobson

            Sam Toia is the President & CEO of the Illinois Restaurant association and Michael Jacobson is the President & CEO of the Illinois Hotel & Lodging Association.

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            Fran Spielman interviews Republican candidate for Cook County state’s attorney Pat O’Brien

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            Fran Spielman interviews Lynn Sweet about upcoming Illinois primary election

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            Fran Spielman interviews Kim Foxx about Jussie Smollett, reelection campaign

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            Foxx calls yearlong obsession with Smollett case ‘BS’

            State’s Attorney Kim Foxx has come under fire for decisions tied to the Jussie Smollett case.

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            Fran Spielman interviews Rahm Emanuel about his new book

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            Rahm Emanuel, Bruce Rauner break the ice

            The big thaw began with Rauner texting Emanuel during the former mayor’s bike trip around Lake Michigan after Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s inauguration. There have been several contacts since, including Diana Rauner’s attendance at the funeral for Emanuel’s father.

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            Fran Spielman interviews Bob Fioretti about his campaign for Cook County State’s Attorney

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            Fran Spielman interviews Donna More about Cook County State’s Attorney campaign

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            Fran Spielman interviews Bill Conway about his campaign against Kim Foxx

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            Beck defends CPD’s use of facial recognition

            CPD needs the tool and doesn’t abuse it, the interim police superintendent said. Without it, the department would "solve fewer crimes than places" that do use it, he told the Sun-Times.

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            Lightfoot’s most powerful City Council ally urges her to abandon threat to abolish aldermanic prerogative over zoning

            Ald. Scott Waguespack (32nd), Lightfoot’s handpicked chairman of the City Council’s Finance Committee, says it’s a fight the mayor would lose.

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            Lightfoot’s planning chief vows to ‘finish the job’ started with Englewood Whole Foods — and rebuild 9 other neighborhoods

            Maurice Cox is the former Detroit planner lured to Chicago by Mayor Lori Lightfoot to preside over a neighborhood renaissance.

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            Cullerton says ‘no reason’ to believe Madigan has committed wrongdoings, supports probe into email

            Outgoing Illinois Senate President John Cullerton said the email should be investigated by the Champaign County state’s attorney rather than a special House committee.

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            Cullerton predicts Lightfoot will get casino gambling fix, graduated real estate transfer tax during spring session

            Retiring Illinois Senate President John Cullerton says Lori Lightfoot is "on a learning curve" in Springfield, unlike his wily friend Rahm Emanuel, who majored in political arm-twisting

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            Looking back on a busy Chicago news year: The Fran Spielman Show

            City Hall reporter Fran Spielman is joined by colleagues Tim Novak and Mark Brown to recap an event-filled 2019.

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            No ambulance fee approval — yet; No problem, Lightfoot’s budget team says

            The mayor is counting on a $163 million surge in ambulance fees by raising rates on private insurers and reimbursements for low-income patients.

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            FOP president: Lightfoot jumped the gun in firing Supt. Eddie Johnson

            For Fraternal Order of Police President Kevin Graham, it’s a matter of due process denied and an inspector general with a history of "swaying things the way he likes to see them."

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            Corruption scandal gives Pritzker opportunity to pass ethics reform, Emanuel says

            "If you had a career politician in the governor’s office, they would trim their sails. Governor Pritzker is not part of this. He comes to it fresh, clean. He has no kind of history. ... That allows him to get something done," Emanuel said.

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            Former Mayor Rahm Emanuel handicaps Democratic presidential primary race

            "Anybody who tells you they know how this is gonna play out is a fool," Emanuel said.

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            Civic Federation president questions whether CPS can afford $1.5B cost of new teachers contract

            The first-year cost is not the issue. The problem, according to Laurence Msall, is what happens after that.

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            Chicago’s acting health commissioner concerned pot use by young will surge after legalization

            Dr. Allison Arwady also wants to focus on reducing the nine-year gap in life expectancy between black and white Chicagoans.

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            CTU vice president says Lightfoot barred her from meeting that ended teachers strike

            Stacy Davis Gates said she was stopped at a City Hall elevator by the mayor’s security team.

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            Supt. Johnson had ‘a couple of drinks with dinner’ before slumping over in car, mayor says

            Lori Lightfoot says she will await the outcome of the internal investigation before determining whether the rules were bent to protect the boss and whether to hold Johnson responsible.

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            No choice but to raise property taxes if Springfield doesn’t help, Lightfoot says

            Without a casino gambling fix and a graduated real estate transfer tax, Lightfoot says her options are "severely limited."

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            CPS CEO Jackson concerned about declining black enrollment and rising racial tension at Walter Payton College Prep

            WBEZ-FM Radio recently lifted the veil on the apparent ugliness going on behind the pristine walls of the Near North Side high school that holds the highest ranking in Illinois.

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            Teachers union contract demands could cost $2.5 billion, CPS CEO says

            Janice Jackson says the CTU is trying to use negotiations to ‘solve all of the problems’ in Chicago.

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            Ald. Reilly proposes compromise to keep recreational marijuana sales off Michigan Ave. but in Loop

            The plan would cap the number of dispensaries at "three or four" and keep the lid in place "until minority-owned businesses and new market-entrants are ready to come and compete," the alderman said.

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            Beale predicts City Council resistance to massive property tax increase

            Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s most outspoken City Council critic predicts mayor will come up empty in Springfield and have no choice but to raise property taxes by as much as $500 million.

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            WLS City Hall reporter Bill Cameron celebrating 50 years in broadcasting

            Cameron joins this week’s ‘The Fran Spielman Show’ to reflect on his storied career.