Chicago Tribune political reporter Rick Pearson on Illinois losing 1 congressional seat: ‘It means the continued loss of clout in Washington D.C.’

Anna Davlantes

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Chicago Tribune chief political reporter Rick Pearson joins Anna to talk about Illinois losing one seat in Congress after new census data shows the state losing population. What part of the state will likely lose the seat?

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