While the US Marshals determine whether Jackson’s belongings will return to the auction block, the capes and signed memoribilia has become the butt of jokes. We check in with the Chicago History Museum to see if these wacky items will make it into the halls of Chicago political history?
We talk about non-partisan group "No Labels" and how they are looking to bridge the gap between democrats and republicans. Also, Richard Steele and Tony play some tunes and discuss black vocal techniques.
We discuss Reboot Illinois, which allows people to voice their concerns regarding policy and lawmakers in Illinois. And, State Senator David Kohler explains how genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are being dealt with in your supermarket.
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.