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Morning Shift: July 28, 2015

First up: why there’s a backlog in processing evidence in rape cases. Then, we check in with our sports contributor Cheryl Raye Stout to get a sense of the Cubs and White Sox trade landscape and whether the Bears will be as bad as some are already predicting. Plus, a couple of years ago former Governor Pat Quinn signed a bill making hiring people with disabilities a top priority for state agencies. We continue our look back on 25 years of the Americans with Disabilities Act with a focus on the legal issues surrounding the law. How has it evolved over the last two and a half decades and have additions like Illinois’ Employment First Act really helped? Finally, did you check you email before you went to bed last night and then first thing this morning? We’ll talk with a time management expert who says that’s not such a good idea.

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