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The Sunday Spin: Politics with Rick Pearson Full Show 7/17/16

We’ve got a big show this Sunday before we head out to Cleveland for the start of the Republican National Convention. First, we’ll take our spin through the week in national politics with no shortage of things to talk about in the presidential contest. 123 more words

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The Sunday Spin: Politics with Rick Pearson Full Show 7/10/16

Well, there is no shortage of things to talk about this week on The Sunday Spin.

First, we’ll have our weekly spin through national news and politics, the police shootings in Dallas, the presidential campaigns pull off the trail, the FBI’s Hillary Clinton email investigation, Donald Trump doubling down on the star. 90 more words

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Former White House Chief of Staff Bill Daley weighs in on the Democratic Party

Former White House Chief of Staff & commerce secretary, William “Bill” Daley joins the Sunday Spin to share his thoughts on the latest moves from the Democratic Party. 18 more words

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Meet Illinois' Newest State Senator: Omar Aquino

Illinois’ newest state senator, Omar Aquino joins Rick inside the Allstate showcase studio to talk about what he’s getting into by joining the legislature in Springfield and more. 18 more words

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Obama runs interference

“I guarantee that there is no political influence in any investigation conducted by the Justice Department, or the FBI—not just in this case, but in any case,” President Obama said in an… 311 more words

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Pleading for Peace

CHICAGO — During Memorial Day weekend, this city reopens its Lake Michigan beaches, regular fireworks displays start at Navy Pier, and the downtown streets and spruced-up Riverwalk are crowded with tourists. 231 more words

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Governor Rauner on the state budget: 'I'm cautiously optimistic'

Governor Bruce Rauner joined The Steve Cochran Show to address the almost year-long stint without a state budget. The Governor stayed cautiously optimistic about the rank and file leaders who could be key to solving the budget woes. 53 more words

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