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WBEZ’s Weekly News Recap, June 7, 2024: Alder proposes 8pm teen curfew, Chicago police tighten DNC security plans and more

Chicago police tighten security plans for Democratic Convention; Mayor Johnson unveils plans to spend remaining Covid-19 relief dollars.

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Mayor Johnson appears ready to let protesters get closer to the United Center during the Democratic National Convention. Two new lawsuits allege abuse at Illinois juvenile detention centers.

Reset dives into these and other top local stories in the Weekly News Recap.

GUESTS: Mitchell Armentrout, Chicago Sun-Times reporter

Melody Mercado, Block Club Chicago reporter

Brandis Friedman, anchor and correspondent for WTTW

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