This week Bill is joined by Cook County Treasurer Maria Pappas. She talks about what's being done with the county's least favorite tax...the property tax. How do you get more people into homes and then get them to pay less property taxes? How are property taxes effected by crime? Pappas gives her thoughts on the Brandon Johnson Administration and if he's prepared to be the mayor for the rest of his term.
The round-table with Greg Hinz and Dave Stewart talked about Rupert Murdoch stepping down from FOX and having his son take over. Chicago's sports scene is really bad with the Bears struggling to start the season and the resignation of the defensive coordinator, the Cubs struggling to hold on a playoff spot and the White Sox being a disaster all season long. Chicago is phasing out the "tipped minimum wage." Will patrons still tip servers when everything is in full effect? And have the jails really opened up after cash bail went away this week in Illinois?