Mario Treto Jr., secretary of the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation, testifies before the Joint Committee on Administrative Rules in April 2024 about the final adoption of rules to implement the 2021 Illinois Community Reinvestment Act. (Peter Hancock / Capitol News Illinois)

Banks, credit unions and mortgage companies will soon have to report to state regulators about how many loans they make in low-income, high-minority neighborhoods. That's the result of a state law passed in 2021 as part of the Legislative Black Caucus' social and economic reform agenda.

President Obama launches a revamped mortgage relief program; changing a program that many labeled a failure. Eddie Arruza and his panel look at so-called "underwater" homeowners in the Chicago area, and how the new program might help.

Terry Savage

Are senior citizens bailing out banks by accepting low deposit interest rates? Author and Chicago Sun-Times Financial Columnist Terry Savage joins us to talk about what she calls the "generation wars."