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State Week: Gun Control March, Harassment Lawsuit, Facebook Investigation, Rauner And Conservatives

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Brian Mackey
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Thousands of Illinoisans joined people across America and around the world in marches showing support for stricter gun laws. A former campaign worker sued House Speaker Michael Madigan over his handling of a harassment complaint against one of his top aides.

Attorney General Lisa Madigan and Cook County State's Attorney Kim Foxx toook moved against Facebook after the privacy lapses ¸brought into public consciousness by the Cambridge Analytica scandal. And can Gov. Bruce Rauner repair his relationship with conservative voters?

Sean Crawford hosts with regular panelists Charlie Wheeler and Brian Mackey, and guest Dave Dahl of WTAX-AM.

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