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Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Commissioner Debra Shore discusses the implications of disinfecting Chicago's sewage.

Jun. 08, 2011

The FBI’s Bill Monroe explains Chicago’s role in anti-terrorism efforts. Then Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Commissioner Debra Shore discusses the implications of disinfecting Chicago's sewage and how it'll will be carried out. And Eight Forty-Eight learns how codes of conduct complicate grounds for sexual discrimination claims in workplaces like the Tilted Kilt.