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Lori Lightfoot says "Bye Bye" to the Chicago Bears?

When the news broke that the owners of the Chicago Bears football team purchased a massive piece of property in a suburb 30 miles outside of Downtown Chicago, the narrative quickly developed that The Bears could be leaving their historic stadium for the suburbs.  Many news outlets say it’s because the owners see more opportunity to make profit, they'll have an easier time with things like sports betting, generational change in ownership, or maybe it’s just time.  But we wonder if there are other factors at work here.  In this episode, our friend Stephen Moore joins us for a fun discussion on the other factors that could be lending to the Bears organization considering leaving their historic home in Downtown Chicago, and the policy consequences that come with it.



Show Notes:


Heritage Foundation Work


Meet Kim Foxx, the Rogue Prosecutor Whose Policies are Wreaking Havoc in Chicago


Heritage Foundation’s effort to push back on the massive reconciliation bill currently being pushed by The Left on Capitol Hill 


Steve Moore on the damage leftist policies have caused in Chicago


Illinois Policy Institute Work:


Will the Chicago Bears Stay In the City


Enrollment in Chicago Public School Has Declined by Nearly 25,000


Illinois Rising Property Taxes and Pension Debt


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