OTL #437: Union influence on IL politics, The attack of the Emerald Ash Borer, Previewing the Hideout Harmonica Hoedown

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OTL host Mike Stephen jams with harmonica colorist Bob Kessler in anticipation of The Hideout Harmonica Hoedown 2015.

OTL host Mike Stephen jams with harmonica colorist Bob Kessler in anticipation of The Hideout Harmonica Hoedown 2015.

Mike Stephen looks at “The anatomy of influence: Government unions in Illinois” with Illinois Policy Institute VP of communications Diana Rickert, examines at the Emerald Ash Borer infestation of our local greenery with Illinois Department of Agriculture Bureau of Environmental Programs Plant & Pesticide specialist Mark Cinnamon, and previews the 4th annual Hideout Harmonica Hoedown with its founder and curator Bob Kessler. This week’s local music is provided by the aforementioned harmonica colorist and all-around interesting dude Bob Kessler.

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