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Eight Forty-Eight 7.18.2011

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‘Eight Forty-Eight’ speaks with Dennis Rodkin about the impact of inflated housing statistics in Illinois.

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David Greising of the Chicago News Cooperative joins host Alison Cuddy to discuss the impact of recent cuts in the city's budget and how it factors into Mayor Emanuel's promise to bring more jobs to Chicago. Then, Eight Forty-Eight examines the latest news in the ongoing NFL and NBA labor negotiations, and Chicago magazine Deal Estate columnist Dennis Rodkin tries to make sense of the inflated housing statistics from the Illinois Association of Realtors. Finally, following the unveiling of Michigan Avenue's new Marilyn Monroe statue, Chicago Tribune features reporter Laura Viera joins Eight Forty-Eight to discuss the status of public art in Chicago.

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