The Week in Review: Springfield Passes Stopgap Budget

After a year without a budget, state lawmakers come together to pass a six-month stopgap measure. K-12 schools get a full year of funding. Chicago police shift overtime to highest-crime districts as the police union chief blasts a lack of public respect for officers. A study finds UberPool beats CTA on speed, but not price.

And in sports, Bears legend Buddy Ryan dies, Kris Bryant makes MLB history, and White Sox pitcher James Shields finally lives up to his moniker "Big Game."

Guests

Craig Dellimore, WBBM Radio
Mary Wisniewski, Chicago Tribune
John McCarron, Chicago Tribune contributor
Jim Litke, Associated Press

The conversation continues in our exclusive web video. This week, Joel Weisman and his panel discuss Hillary Clinton's visit to Chicago on Monday and other news from the presidential race.


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