Today on the 3@3, Steve Edwards chats up Curtis Lawrence and Michael Puente about these headlines:
Steve Edwards: The Chicago Tribune reorganization was approved. What does this mean for the company? And what (if anything) will be the fallout from the investigation and suspension of Journatic?
Curtis Lawrence: The Metra board is reviewing the construction contracts for a new South Side bridge project. Congressmen objected to the construction contracts because of the lack of African-Americans involved in the work.
Michael Puente: The Governor is going to announce today that the state of Illinois is in a state of emergency due to drought conditions. What does this mean for the state and for federal funds?
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