Cook County Assessor Fritz Kaegi / Ryan Bernsten from 50 States of Mind (Indivisible Chicago Podcast)

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  • The shutdown is stark, scary, and certainly devastating for many. It’s also getting weird, and some of that weirdness was on display this week as the Cuomo Brothers blurred all sorts of lines between public information, news, and entertainment.
  • Even under lockdown, the work of our city and county go on. This week, Cook County Assessor Fritz Kaegi joins the podcast. He ran as a reformer, was elected to clean up the process of property tax assessments both commercial residential. We talk about his first year, the progress he’s made, and also the resistance from some quarters.
  • Ryan Bernsten is the host of the 50 States of Mind podcast. He’s on lockdown in Kansas City at the moment, but last year, he visited all fifty states. As season two of his podcast kicks off, Ryan joins to talk about the project as well as life under lockdown in a red state. Learn more at

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Each week on the Indivisible Chicago Podcast, host Tom Moss talks to our representatives, newsmakers, activists, scholars, and Indivisible Chicago neighborhood chapter leads to learn more about what is happening in the push-back against the Trump agenda.

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