The Week in Review: Push is on for Elected Airport Authority


Joel Weisman and his panel discuss the week's news, including the agonizingly slow TSA screening lines at O'Hare and Midway which have prompted calls to wrest airport control from Mayor Rahm Emanuel and create an elected airport authority.

Also, Hillary Clinton looks for home-grown cash. Emanuel moves to re-boot police oversight. Chicago principals brace for bugdet cuts of nearly 40 percent. Officer Dante Servin preserves his pension by resigning before his Chicago Police Board trial. Chicago Police make headway on several high-profile crimes.

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And in sports, the Cubs and Sox stumble but are still going strong. 

Panel

Craig Dellimore, WBBM Radio
Mary Wisniewski, Chicago Tribune
Frank Main, Chicago Sun-Times
Matt Spiegel, 670 The Score

The conversation continues in our exclusive web video. This week, Joel Weisman and guests discuss Hillary Clinton’s visit to Chicago, her chances in the months ahead and take a broader look at the presidential election. 


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