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The 21st Show - November 18, 2019

The Health Of Illinois’s Water; What Blagojevich Can Teach Us About Impeachment; IL Senate President Retires; Snow Murals

The Trump administration has been rolling back environmental rules that were created under President Obama. And since January of 2017, EPA inspections in the Midwest have fallen by 60%. Plus, 10 years ago Illinois impeached and removed Gov. Rod Blagojevich. We learn what that process can teach us about the impeachment proceedings in Washington today. We also talk about the retirement of Senate President John Cullerton, and interview one Chicago who resident has been making snow days a little easier for everyone by making snow murals all over the city.

Poster art for The Adventures of Little Sharp Ears

Lyric Theatre @ Illinois

News Local/State - November 15, 2019

Lyric Theatre’s ‘Sharp Ears’ Aims For All Audiences

The latest production from Lyric Theatre at Illinois opens Friday night at Krannert Center for the Performing Arts in Urbana. “The Adventures of Little Sharp Ears” by the Czech composer Leoš Janáček follows wildlife as they move from the farmyard through the forest.

Illustration of the US Capitol.

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News Local/State - November 15, 2019

WATCH/LISTEN: House Impeachment Hearing - Marie Yovanovitch

House Democrats are set to convene their second open impeachment hearing on Friday with a witness expected to detail the shadow Ukraine policy run by President Trump's lawyer, Rudy Giuliani.

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