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The 21st Show - March 28, 2018

The Evolution of CSAs; Deported US Military Veterans; Golden Apple-Winning Teachers

On The 21st: We hear the story of Miguel Perez Jr., a green card holder who served in Afghanistan—and was deported a few days ago for a felony conviction. And, we speak with three of the Illinois 2018 Golden Apple award winners. But first, how are community supported agriculture groups, or CSAs, evolving to survive the competitive food environment?

Lt. Gov. Evelyn Sanguinetti talks to Urbana Park District Executive Director Tim Bartlett during a stop at the Urbana Indoor Aquatic Center.

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News Local/State - March 27, 2018

Urbana Park Board Seeks Applicants To Fill Vacancy

​The job pays nothing, it probably won’t make you famous, and only registered voters living in Urbana need apply. But if you’re OK with all that, you might want to consider applying for a vacant seat on the Urbana Park Board.

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The 21st Show - March 27, 2018

Facebook Privacy Concerns; O’Hare Expansion; Congressman Rodney Davis

On The 21st: Facebook is facing scrutiny after accusations that British consulting firm Cambridge Analytica used private data from people’s accounts to create political ads. We talk data breach, Facebook and social media. Also, new plans are in the works for an O'Hare overhaul. What's in store? And, we spoke with Republican Congressman Rodney Davis about taxes, gun control and his upcoming general election campaign against Democrat Betsy Dirksen Londrigan.

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