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Focus – 7/27
Focus – 7/27

Paul O’Shea the chairman of the Historic Preservation Fund and planning and design coordinator for the City of Springfield, talks about the proposed Jackson Street Corridor; President and Chief Executive Officer at The Korean War National Museum Tony Enrietto talks with Joey about the re-dedication of the Museum; Joey talks with Tom Wolf, Executive Director of the Illinois Chamber of Commerce’s Energy Council about why it’s taking so long for the State of Illinois to come up with fracking rules; The Illinois Department of Natural Resources is making some changes for deer hunters this season. Joey talks with IDNRs Tim Schweizer; and Joey talks with Tom Wolf, Executive Director of the Illinois Chamber of Commerce’s Energy Council about why it’s taking so long for the State of Illinois to come up with fracking rules. Show Date: July 27, 2014

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