We get an update from the state fair in Springfield where politicians are pitching votes on why they’ve got the best ideas to move Illinois forward. Then, how do the laws keep up with constantly changing technology? Plus, we explore the phenomenon of post-denominational Judaism. And we’ll talk with a filmmaker who documented the exodus of a community out of Cabrini Green, the Near North Side public housing complex that was torn down starting in 1995.
We get an update on the hearings aimed at answering questions about growing, selling and using medical marijuana in Illinois. Writer and comedian Neal Brennan gives us the scoop on his new show, "The Approval Matrix." Plus, the music of legend Hank Williams.
We check in with our political reporters Tony Arnold and Alex Keefe for the latest from the Illinois State Fair. What issues are gaining traction for voters? And, we talk to a community activist about the effectiveness to taking to the streets to protest police behavior.