Opioid Crisis For Newborns; China Tariffs And Illinois Farmers; DILL And Local Magazines

April 05, 2018
 
Opioid newborns, LaTanya Halliburton

LaTanya Halliburton, 34, feeds her nearly 3-month-old son, Zabian, in their room at the Haymarket Center in Chicago.

Manuel Martinez/Crain's Business Chicago

On the 21st: Today we discussed the opioid epidemic affecting many newborn babies, who are born suffering withdrawal symptoms. Then, the recent tariffs placed on U.S. products by China and its implications for Illinois agriculture, such as soybeans and pork. Plus, the Dill Magazine and the potential of a continued interest in print publications.