The government watchdogs at Project Six have released a new report that shows how little information Chicago requires elected officials and candidates to disclose regarding their finances or their families finances. These disclosures are the easiest and most straight-forward way for oversight agencies, the media and taxpayers to make sure the cities elected leaders don’t […]
It's going to cost a lot more to buy sugary drinks in Cook County. The penny-per-ounce tax went into effect overnight. However, the future of the tax is uncertain after the Illinois Retail Merchants Association on Tuesday appealed a judge's dismissal of a lawsuit to bar the tax.
Lynn Dunagan the founder of JMD Defense and Investigations wanted to demystify guns and help her neighbors on the south side learn how to defend themselves, so she founded the “Ladies of Steel” gun club. She joined Dan and Amy to share her story:
A 2-liter of pop you're picking up for the Fourth of July picnic will be a lot more expensive this summer, as Cook County rolls out a new penny-per-ounce tax on a wide variety of sugar- and artificially-sweetened beverages.