Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 12/14


On this edition of Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review with Joel Weisman, a court strikes down Illinois’ ban on concealed carry guns. Ald. Sandi Jackson decides to keep her job and not go after her husband’s vacated Congressional seat. Gov. Pat Quinn pushes a marriage-equality bill. Cardinal George gives a health and career update. And in sports, the struggling Bears prepare for the Packers.

Guests:
- Mary Mitchell, Chicago Sun-Times
- Mary Ann Ahern, NBC-5 Chicago
- Pat Milhizer, Chicago Daily Law Bulletin
- Lester Munson, ESPN

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Watch our panel’s web-exclusive conversation in Web Extra: The Week in Review: 12/14.

Here is a roundup of Chicago Tonight's web stories from this week:

Monday, December 10:
- Vanecko Pleads Not Guilty in Koschman Death
- New Pension Bill
- "Big Cat" Williams on Bears vs. Vikings
- Web Extra: "Big Cat" on Dallas Cowboys Tragedy

Tuesday, December 11:
- Court Strikes Down Ban on Concealed Carry
- Opposition to New Pension Reform Bill
- Chicago Architect Wins Driehaus Prize
- Pulse on America: New Survey Shows Sharp Political Divides
- You Were Never in Chicago
- Canoe Guru

Wednesday, December 12:
- City Council News
- 2nd District Slate Session Looms
- Chicago Business News
- Former Blackhawks Star Jeremy Roenick
- Web Extra: Jeremy Roenick
- Artist Theaster Gates
- Web Extra: Theaster Gates
- Chef Rick Bayless

Thursday, December 13:
- The Year’s Extreme Weather
- The Science of Good Cooking
- Web Extra: The Science of Good Cooking
- Color Bind
- The City in a Garden
- Fragile X Syndrome, Autism: Treating Social Withdrawal
- Viewer Mail: Illinois' Broken Pension System

Friday, December 14:
- Weekend Events Around Town: 12/14-12/16
- Web Extra: The Week in Review

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