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Chicago’s Morning Answer Show Notes: Tuesday 9/19/2017

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Diamond and Silk joined Dan and Amy with reaction to the report that former Trump campaign head Paul Manafort may be indicted soon, and also President Trump’s big speech at the United Nations later today:

 

Truth In Accounting has a new report on finances in the state of Illinois, and as you might expect, it’s not pretty. Founder and CEO Sheila Weinberg joined Dan and Amy to share the gory details.

 

Dr. Jason Hill from DePaul University joined Dan and Amy to share his response to Ta-Nehisi Coates on racism:

 

Dozens of homeless people living in tents underneath two viaducts were evicted by the city Monday. The city wants them to go in order to build bike paths and walking lanes at the Lawrence and Wilson viaducts, but the homeless say they have no place else to stay.

 

US investigators wiretapped former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort under secret court orders before and after the election, sources tell CNN, an extraordinary step involving a high-ranking campaign official now at the center of the Russia meddling probe.

 

President Trump will address the world’s most powerful multilateral institution on Tuesday with a call for its members to focus first and foremost on their own sovereignty, arguing the U.S. should not shoulder the bulk of the burden when it comes to United Nations funding and global security.

 

Motorists in Chicago face higher gas prices than the national and state average, due in part to the multiple layers of taxes heaped upon by state, county and local government.