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Prosecutors in the retrial of Rod Blagojevich have focused on charges that he tried to sell the Senate seat of Barack Obama.

May. 11, 2011

David Greising talks about how recession-proof businesses are made. Then the Woodstock Institute’s Geoff Smith discusses the findings of the new report, “Examining Trends and Patterns of Personal Bankruptcy in Cook County’s Communities of Color.” And WBEZ's Robert Wildeboer provides an update on the Blagojevich retrial.