Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review, Oct. 2

Joel Weisman and his panel of guests discuss the issue of gun violence and a new push for tighter gun laws in light of Chicago's deadliest week since September 2002.

Other top stories the panel will address: The impact of recent cuts by Chicago Public Schools to special education; the Cubs momentum as the team heads into the playoffs; and the 0-3 Bears, who host the Oakland Raiders this weekend after trading two veterans. Also, Derrick Rose is injured again and says he is innocent in civil rape case.

Panel:
Mick Dumke, Chicago Sun-Times
Kate Grossman, former Sun-Times editorial writer who is now at the University of Chicago's Institute of Politics
Amanda Vinicky, Illinois Public Radio and "Chicago Tonight"
Dan McGrath, Chicago Sun-Times

Each week our panel continues the conversation online. In this week’s web extra, we discuss outsourcing Chicago’s 311 service and possible changes in the Chicago archdiocese as Archbishop Cupich hints at closing parishes.


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