The Carry Out 2-27-18: “You can be on everyone’s list but still pass a background check while I miss one hospital bill and every credit agency knows about it”

LOCKPORT, IL - JULY 12: A worker stocks pistols being offered for sale at Rinks Gun and Sport in suburban Chicago on July 12, 2010 in Lockport, Illinois. Chicago began enforcing its new gun law today, considered the toughest in the nation. Although Chicago residents can now possess handguns in the city, they are still forced to purchase guns and ammunition in the suburbs because the sale is outlawed in the city. The United States Supreme Court ruled against the old Chicago law, which banned ownership of handguns, because it violated the second amendment. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

The Carry Out is the nightly segment where Justin reads the news so you don’t have to. Tonight’s top stories include President Obama showing up at an Obama Foundation meeting, the ongoing debate over gun control, Pitchfork announcing the first wave of artists that will be performing at the music festival, the Bears releasing Pernell McPhee, the Bulls taking on the Hornets after losing to the Nets last night, the Cubs beating the White Sox in a preseason tilt, the White Sox losing prospect Jake Burger to injury, the Big 10 Tourney kicking off this week and Chipotle luring away the guy who came up with Nacho Fries for Taco Bell.

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