Connected to Chicago (11-26-2017)

Nov 22, 2017, 08:33 PM

Connected to Chicago (11-26-2017)

Bill Cameron talks to Governor Bruce Rauner's GOP primary challenger, State Representative Jeanne Ives. Bill gets details on Rep. Ives stand on topics including state budget/finances, sexual harassment in the Illinois Statehouse, as well as her support of President Trump, and how she can reform Illinois in ways Governor Rauner has been unable to do.

In this week's round table segment, Bill Cameron is joined by Ray Long of the Chicago Tribune, Greg Hinz of Crain's, and Lynn Sweet of the Chicago Sun Times. Topics include: CTA fare hikes, 2018 Budgets for Cook County and the City of Chicago make the headlines. With just a few days to go, can Roy Moore overcome the numerous sexual harassment allegations to win the special election for Alabama's replacement Senator.

In this week's Community Spotlight, Jennifer Keiper talks to Ford Ergonomic Engineer Marty Smets about a new ergonomic vest designed to prevent injuries to workers on auto assembly lines.

Ford plans to expand its use to factories across the United States, including their plant on Chicago's South Side.