The US Supreme Court is back in session, and just in time there’s a new Gallup Poll that measures how Americans feel about the High Court. We also talk with Cubs rookie sensation Kris Bryant. And in the wake of 74 overdoses in a three-day period last week, we hear about the challenges of stemming the tide of heroin addiction in the area. Plus the future of ride-sharing services in Chicago.
As more transgender individuals make the full transition, some still struggle to adjust their vocal chords and take on speech patterns that better align with the gender in which they identify. And while surgery is an option, some are not always happy with the results. A new program through Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital and Northwestern University gives patients the tools to adjust their voice. We discuss the impact of the program with professionals and a participant. Also, we dig deeper into the Supreme Court's list of cases. And, Reclaimed Soul.
The U.S. Supreme Court refused to take up the appeals of five states, including Indiana, on reversals of their same-sex marriage bans. Couples in the Hoosier State likely to get married in droves today.