Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 6/20


On this this edition of Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review with Joel Weisman, City Hall no longer bound by the Shakman anti-patronage decree. Police statewide are banned from assigning officers ticket quotas. Northerly Island is transformed into a nature park. A suburban standoff between a convent and a neighboring strip club heats up. And in sports, Jay Cutler talks a good game at Bears minicamp.

Guests
-Pat Milhizer of Chicago Daily Law Bulletin
-Mary Ann Ahern of NBC 5 
-Derrick Blakley of CBS 2 
-Chris Boden of Comcast SportsNet

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Watch our panel’s web-exclusive conversation in Web Extra: The Week in Review: 6/20.

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

Monday, June 16
-Tiffany Art at Driehaus Museum
-Meet Chicago Public Media’s New CEO
-Chicago Contenders for Obama Library
-Stabilizing Iraq
-Chicago Released from Shakman Decree

Tuesday, June 17
-Jon Langford
-New Discovery Questions Earth's Origins
-Giant Heads Turn Heads in Millennium Park
-1871 Gets $2.5 Million State Grant for Expansion
-Sighting of Signs
-Election Officials to Decide Fate of Amendment
-Fair Maps Voter Amendment Faces Roadblocks

Wednesday, June 18
-Viewer Feedback: 6/18
-Paying His Debt to Society
-Film Documents Life and Work of Jens Jensen
-Northerly Island Transformation Nears Completion
-Increasing HPV Vaccination Rates
-Declining Credit Ratings Put Chicago at Risk
-Judge to Rule on Fair Maps, Term Limits Amendments
-An Artist in Hiding

Thursday, June 19
-Viewer Feedback: 6/19
-Ask Geoffrey 6/19
-Providing Mental Health Care to Children
-Breakdance Meets Bach
-Supreme Court Ruling Breakdown
-Poll Shows Voters Favor Lower Taxes, Spending Cuts

Friday, June 20
-Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 6/20
-Web Extra: The Week In Review: 6/20
-Weekend Events Around Town: 6/20 - 6/22

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