April 25, 2022 - Full Show
04/25/2022 | 56m 38s
The mayor’s controversial gang profits ordinance stalls, what Twitter could look like under Elon Musk and avian flu is on the rise in Illinois. Plus, inside the turmoil at the Chicago Reader and the city’s role in inventing the pizza puff.
Aired: 04/25/22 |
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