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Shoppers browse at the Logan Square Farmers Market

Shoppers browse at the Logan Square Farmers Market on Aug. 6.

Anthony Vazquez

Shoppers browse at the Logan Square Farmers Market

Shoppers browse at the Logan Square Farmers Market on Aug. 6.

Anthony Vazquez

WBEZ Weekly News Recap, September 1, 2023

Chicago sees a startling increase in hate crimes, while residents argue over proposed migrant shelters.

Shoppers browse at the Logan Square Farmers Market on Aug. 6.

Anthony Vazquez

   

Illinois politicians press federal government to grant work permits to migrants. Questions remain about a shooting at a White Sox game, while the team announces its new General Manager.

Reset breaks down these stories and much more with a panel of journalists.

GUESTS: Alice Yin, politics reporter for the Chicago Tribune

Patrick Smith, criminal justice reporter, WBEZ

Brandis Friedman, WTTW co-anchor and correspondent; host of “Chicago Tonight: Black Voices”

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