Joining the show this week is Alderman Scott Waguespack. Bill and Scott discuss the upcoming mayoral election, If Rahm is re-electable and how he is handling the CPS scandals. Alderman Waguespack talks about the possibility of the hyper loop train from the loop to O’Hare airport ever being built, and issues affecting the city, and the Democrat party.
In this week’s round table segment, Bill Cameron is joined by Ray Long of the Chicago Tribune, Greg Hinz of Crains,and Heather Cherone. The group kicks off the discussion on Father Pfleger organizing a protest against gun violence by blocking the Dan Ryan expressway, Ray discusses how Governor Rauner fumbled this week, and Heather discusses who she thinks President Trump will select for the Supreme court.
This week’s community spotlight segment is with Jennifer Keiper.
Heartland Blood Centers, part of Versiti, is reaching out to the community with an emergency appeal for blood donors. HBC says, due to lower than normal donations at the start of the summer season, donations are at a critically low level heading into the Fourth of July holiday.
Jennifer discusses reason for the shortage, what types of blood are needed, the requirements for donation, and where people can find out more about blood donation.
Heartland Blood Centers serve 71 hospitals across Chicagoland and Northwest Indiana.