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Author Ted McClelland’s idea of annexing suburbs to Chicago to boost the city’s population had viewers talking.

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Viewers wrote in with their thoughts on teaching cursive in schools. 

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Does President Donald Trump have a plan for Chicago violence? We hear from viewers.

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Viewers reflect on Chicago State University’s crisis, WBEZ reporter Natalie Moore’s report on the Chicago Housing Authority, and the ethics of zoos.

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Viewers weigh in on Lincoln Park Zoo’s urban wildlife monitoring program, a judge's order to pay Illinois legislators' salaries and state Rep. Will Guzzardi’s proposal to bar financially troubled schools from opening new charter schools.

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Viewers reflect on the closing of Meyers Ace Hardware.

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It was tough to keep up with all of your comments on ketchup after last week’s Ask Geoffrey segment asking why Chicagoans skip the red stuff on their hot dogs.

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We share some of your reactions to our 4th Ward aldermanic forum.

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Viewers had a lot to say about our report on immigration raids carried out in Chicago and around the nation last week.

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Viewers weighed in on our story about a study looking at the root causes of gun violence. Hear the details when we read feedback from our website and social media accounts.

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Our story about feral cats killing huge numbers of birds generated quite a bit of debate.

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Viewers weigh in on President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration and refugees.

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Viewers sound off on our interview with Mayor Rahm Emanuel.

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Viewers spoke up about our conversation with Dean Angelo, the president of the Chicago police union.

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We heard from you about the Chicago Police Department’s struggle with low morale. 

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Our story about Pritzker Elementary School’s lack of a librarian drew strong opinions on both sides, and our story on social media and violence prompted your remarks.