February 11, 2020 - Full Show
02/11/2020 | 56m 50s
Will you have to stop pumping your own gas? Plus, a slowdown on the Jane Byrne Interchange. The debate over renaming Douglas Park. And a close-up look at the moon’s surface.
Aired: 02/11/20 |
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Could Illinois Ban Drivers From Pumping Their Own Gas?
Clip: 02/11/2020 | 5m 33s
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Clip: 02/11/2020 | 1m 45s
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Clip: 02/11/2020 | 5m 16s
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