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Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 6/13

On this edition of Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review with Joel Weisman, former first lady and secretary of state Hillary Clinton comes home to Chicago to promote her memoir. U.S. Rep. Peter Roskam could get promoted after House Majority Leader Eric Cantor’s stunning primary loss. City pension reform is a reality now that Gov. Pat Quinn has signed the bill into law. And a Trump sign on the city’s second tallest building sparks debate about its architectural tastefulness.

Greg Burns of the Chicago Tribune Editorial Board
Charles Thomas of ABC 7 News
Amanda Vinicky of WUIS Springfield Public Radio
Mark Potash of the Chicago Sun-Times

Watch our panel’s web-exclusive conversation in Web Extra: The Week in Review: 6/13.

Here is a roundup of Chicago Tonight's web stories from this week:

Monday, June 9
- Chicago Pension Reform
- Chicago's Inspector General Joe Ferguson
- Yoani Sánchez on the Cuban Regime
- Michael Waldman on 'The Second Amendment'
- Helping Adults with Disabilities Achieve Independence
- Chicago's World-Class Plans
- Viewer Feedback: 6/9

Tuesday, June 10
- Chicago Pension Law Exposes Rift in Public Unions
- Funding Chicago's Pensions
- State of Chicago Waterways
- Who is Julia Collins?
- 'Making the American Body' Author Talks Fitness History

Wednesday, June 11
-Hillary Clinton Visits Chicago
- Gearing Up for 2016
- A.J. Baime on ‘The Arsenal of Democracy’
- Rare Plant Painter
- Drew Sidora: The South Side's Rising Star
- Abstract Painter Morris Barazani

Thursday, June 12
-Rauner Outlines Budget Plans
-Techweek Cancels Controversial Event
-Cook County Jail Faces Another Lawsuit
-BGA Exclusive: Behind the Scenes of BP Oil Spill
-Ask Geoffrey: 6/12
-Remarkable Tower Restored
-Viewer Feedback: 6/12

Friday, June 13
Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 6/13
-Weekend Events Around Town: 6/13-6/15
-Web Extra: The Week in Review: 6/13