This episode of Statewide includes:
Pesticide drift, massive motorcycle rally in Illinois, birth control without prescription, and more.
- Outgoing state rep. Sara Wojcicki Jimenez (R-Leland Grove) reflects on the #MeToo movement and state government with NPR Illinois' Jaclyn Driscoll
- Illinois Issues highlights a proposal for getting birth control without going to the doctor as reported by NPR Illinois' Daisy Contreras
- Politics and murder as reported by WBEZ Illinois politics reporters Tony Arnold and Dave McKinney
- An update on pesticide drift as it moves to the courts with Harvest Public Media's Madelyn Beck
- Problems with a western Illinois jail as reported by Tri States Public Radio's Jason Parrott
- How some animal shelters work together from Northern Public Radio's Chase Cavanaugh
- The thoughts of the voters leading into Election 2018 as NPR Illinois' Sean Crawford highlights Illinois Issues Forums happening around the state
- The lengths some parents must go to get their children mental health services from Side Effects Christine Herman.
- A massive African American bike rally in Springfield experienced by NPR Illinois' Rachel Otwell