This week's inauguration of Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner marks a change in leadership for lawmakers and employees at state agencies. But it's also a big transition for people who will deal with the new governor in a very different capacity over the next four years: political cartoonists.
The panelists discuss a policy implemented by Chicago State University. The Chicago Tribune reported CSU told faculty and staff that everything from opinion pieces to social media communications could require prior approval, and that only authorized university personnel could share information with the media.
(Editor's note: CSU rescinded the policy in the time since this program was recorded).
Illinois is known as the Land of Lincoln but it could just as easily be called the Land of Graft.
Illinois is the second most corrupt state -- and Chicago is the city with the most public corruption -- according to a report released by researchers from the University of Illinois at Chicago and the Institute of Government and Public Affairs.
The report said there have been more than 1,500 corruption convictions in the federal district dominated by Chicago since 2010.