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Eight Forty-Eight

Eight Forty-Eight 2.8.11

Chicago City Clerk Miguel Del Valle stopped by Eight Forty-Eight to discuss his run for mayor. And the author of a new study exploring the impact Chicago’s surveillance cameras have had on Chicago’s civil rights stopped by to discuss his findings. Then host Alison Cuddy talked with Broadway star Karen Mason about returning home for her new one-woman show, Setting New Standards. And business contributor David Greising reported on the push to increase local auto manufacturing.

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