Anne Sullivan was fired from Moore’s 49th Ward office in 2009, and paid nearly $9,000 in taxpayer-funded severance. She claims it was hush money to keep her quiet about alleged ethical violations in his office.
Today we'll find out if patronage is alive and well in Chicago, then immerse ourselves in the sound of Third Coast's ShortDocs festival. And we speak with experts about what the best way to deal with a loved one's death is.
8th District Congresswoman Tammy Duckworth checks in from The Capitol with the latest on immigration talks and legislation around student loan interest rates. On the heels of former Groupon CEO Andrew Mason's album of work songs, we play songs about the daily grind.