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Chicago’s Morning Answer Show Notes: Wednesday 9/6/2017


Dr. Gerald Lordan is a Social Studies teacher for Fenwick High School. He joined Dan and Amy to talk about the obligation teachers have to parents and society to help students learn to become civic minded Americans:


CNN Senior Economist Stephen Moore joined Dan and Amy to talk about what President Trump’s tax plan will look like, and the chances that it will ultimately make it through Congress:


Ed Feulner the Founder and President of The Heritage Foundation joined Dan and Amy with reaction to the Trump administration announcement that they are ending the DACA program and other goings on in Washington, DC:


President Donald Trump called for legal status for roughly 800,000 illegal immigrants in a tweet Tuesday and said if Congress can’t accomplish it he might revisit his reversal of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) amnesty program.


Voters in 11 battleground states key to controlling the Senate in 2018 and presidency in 2020 overwhelming support the administration’s effort to end so-called “sanctuary” policies for illegal immigrant criminals in over 300 cities, according to a new poll on the explosive issue.


Actress Martha Plimpton was cheered on by an audience after boasting she had her “best” abortion in Seattle. In a video shot in June just gaining wider attention, the actress was being interviewed by controversial author Dr. Willie Parker at a #ShoutYourAbortion event in Seattle, when she told the audience of having her first abortion at age 19.


From The Hill: US courts: Can’t pray at work, can’t pray at home.


The Better Government Association has done an investigation of Governor Rauner’s family. They discovered that Rauner’s grandparents were born in Wisconsin and were not Swedish immigrants as he has stated in the past.