Coming up, we'll talk about tonight's upcoming Springfield City Council Committee of the Whole Meeting, including a special meeting to determine water restrictions. Take the poll: Should Springfield implement a residency requirement for city employees?
Plus, just after 10:30, we'll talk to Julio Rausseo about the Transportation Security Administration invading a Chicago train station. See the video below:
Julio also talked about a New Jersey report saying people taking notes is a possible threat. Read that document here.
Then after 11, Karen Sheley, an attorney with the ACLU of Illinois will join the show to talk about license plate reading technology used by police. Last year I shot video of Springfield Police testing the equipment. See that video below: