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Chicago’s Morning Answer Show Notes: Monday 9/18/2017


Illinois’ legal climate ranked 48th among U.S. states, according to the report from the U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform, titled “2017 Lawsuit Climate Survey: Ranking the States.” Bryan Quigley with the US Chamber Institute for Legal Reform joined Dan and Amy with the details of the survey and Illinois less than stellar standing:


Joe Trippi is the former Campaign Manager for Howard Dean’s Presidential campaign, and author of “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised.” He joined Dan and Amy with reaction to the emerging potential alliance between President Trump and Democrats in Congress:


Representative Adam Kinzinger from the 16th Congressional district joined Dan and Amy to talk DACA, the latest threats from North Korea and President Trump’s upcoming speech to the United Nations:


This week, President Trump will make his first speech to the United Nations. Trump is expected to talk about threats like North Korea and the future of the Paris accords.


Trump has also given North Korean dictator Kim Jung-un a new nickname: Rocket Man.


Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan has announced that she will not seek re-election. At this point it is not known what she will be doing next.


An 11-year-old boy from Virginia named Frank Giaccio mowed the White House lawn Friday morning, after sending a special request to the president and the National Parks Service earlier this year.


Evergreen State College has settled a tort claim with professor Bret Weinstein and his wife Heather Heying for $500,000 in connection to the 2017 “Day of Absence” protests, which saw anarchy spread throughout the campus earlier this year.


Korey Lane in Glamour Magazine: Help, I Can’t Stop Hooking Up With Trump Supporters