The Supreme Court voted Thursday in favor of the Obama administration a stance on health care, ruling 6-3 that nationwide subsidies called for in the Affordable Care Act are legal. We check in with University of Chicago Law School professor David Strauss on the decision and how it might affect Illinois residents.
Last month marked the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz by the Red Army. That event, and many others over the course of World War II were documented by Soviet photographers and many of the people behind the cameras were Jewish. A new exhibition opened Sunday at the Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center in Skokie - Through Soviet Jewish Eyes: Photography, War, and the Holocaust. Morning Shift’s Jason Marck shares his inside look at the exhibit, and the history behind it. Also, how close is Wisconsin to becoming a right to work state? We find out.
We discuss the effect of the income tax rollback in Illinois. We find out how the Affordable Care Act may affect your 2014 return. And, author Tom Geoghegan sees a connection between the decline in union power and the rise in income inequality.
David Koschman died nearly a decade ago, yet many are still waiting for justice. We talk to the Chicago Sun-Times reporters who brought the case back into the spotlight in 2011 and look ahead to the upcoming trial.
We examine how President Obama's recent change to the Affordable Care Act will affect consumers and we take your questions on the law. Comedian Steve Byrne tells us why he loves Chicago. And, we ask why advertisers aren't more aggressively targeting African-Americans? (Photo: Flickr/MDGov)