University of Illinois students Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2020, walk past a mail-in ballot drop box that sits on the northwest corner of the university's Quad in Urbana.

AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast

The 21st Show - October 06, 2022

Will Illinois Ratify the Workers’ Rights Amendment?

To discuss what the ratification of the Workers' Rights Amendment would mean for Illinois and why support is mixed, we spoke to associate professor at Loyola University Chicago Dr. Elizabeth Tandy Shermer and the director of labor policy and a staff attorney at the Illinois Policy Institute, Mailee Smith.

State Sen. Darren Bailey and Gov. JB Pritzker take part in a forum hosted by the Illinois Associated Press Media Editors Friday.

Capitol News Illinois

The 21st Show - October 06, 2022

Gov Debate Preview

The first televised debate of this year’s gubernatorial campaign will be held tonight on a one-hour live broadcast with Incumbent Democratic Governor J.B. Pritzker facing Republican state Sen. Darren Bailey.

Harrison Malkin/Illinois Newsroom

The 21st Show - October 03, 2022

Abortion access as a religious right

When the US Supreme Court struck down Roe v. Wade, the decision that allowed the right to abortion across America, some Christians said it was a victory for religious freedom. At the same time, many in the Jewish faith said stopping abortion rights takes away their religious freedom. 

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