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WBEZ’s Chicago And Illinois News Roundup: November 16, 2018

Former First Lady Michelle Obama kicked off her book tour in Chicago. A black security guard was shot and killed by a white Midlothian police officer. And as one more person joins the Chicago mayor’s race, another drops out.

Those are just a few of the stories we dive into with our top-notch panel on the Friday News Roundup. 

GUESTS: Paris Schutz, WTTW political correspondent and host 

Tahman Bradley, WGN-TV anchor and political reporter

Lolly Bowean, Chicago Tribune reporter

LEARN MORE: State Comptroller Susana Mendoza Running For Chicago Mayor (WTTW 11/14/18)

Preckwinkle Policy Speech Raises Questions About Her Mayoral Goals (Crain’s Chicago Business 11/15/18)

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s Final Budget Sails Through City Council (Chicago Tribune 11/14/18)

City Council Approves Modest First Reforms On Ticketing, Debt (WBEZ + ProPublica IL 11/14/18)

Michelle Obama Talks About 'Becoming' Who She Is Today (WBEZ, 11/14/18)

What J.B. Pritzker’s Election Means For Illinois (Governing 11/14/18)

Senate Overrides Rauner Vetoes Of Smoking Age And Immigration Bills (Chicago Sun-Times 11/14/18)

Officer Gave Security Guard 'Multiple Verbal Commands' To Drop Gun, Police Now Say (WBEZ, 11/14/18)

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