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Vote No On Walking Conflict Of Interest Robert Martwick

Do voters understand when politicians and property tax appeals lawyers like Martwick get their clients’ property taxes reduced the burden falls on the rest of homeowners? Is that why Martwick says he “hates the idea of lowering property taxes?” Want to change things in Chicago and Illinois? Maybe stop electing Democrat crime family property tax appeals attorneys like Robert Martwick. Ammie Kessem, Chicago Police Sergeant, and candidate for State Rep. in the 19th District, joins Dan and Amy to discuss what distinguishes herself from her opponent. 

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Changing The Culture In Springfield

With several of Mike Madigan's key allies facing sexual harassment allegations, voters are starting to get a better idea of Springfield's disreputable culture. But could a new crop of lawmakers and leaders change that? On this edition of Illinois Rising, Dan Proft and Pat Hughes hear from Ammie Kessem, a candidate for state representative on the northwest side of Chicago, who – along with a handful of others – is hoping to shake up Springfield's longstanding lack of ethics and principals. Proft and Hughes also talk to an economics professor who explains how bankruptcy laws work against Illinois and its municipalities, even though the state really needs to declare for bankruptcy. They also discuss Rahm Emanuel's refusal to take responsibility on key issues, including the sexual harassment pervasive in his political party.

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