GLT's Ryan Denham goes over some frequently asked questions about dissolving the Bloomington Election Commission. Eric Stock talks to a Mothers Against Drunk Driving advocate about the upcoming Saturation Saturday campaign. Mary Cullen visits the new Epiphany Farms restaurant in downtown Bloomington. And meet another storyteller from the Next to Normal Story Slam.
Laurel Sutton founder of the naming company Catchword says finding a name for your new business might be the toughest part of any startup. Ryan Denham reports on the quirks of the business name game. Plus, State Senator Jason Barickman says he's encouraged by republicans coming together and can see a path to victory for Governor Rauner, though the Governor has to do more than bash house speaker Mike Madigan. County Board Chair John McIntyre talks with Eric Stock about naming a new state's attorney and solar farms. And it's GLT's Grow.
Erika Harold says the last thing Illinois needs is another attorney general who will do the bidding of environmental activists. The Republican talks to GLT's Ryan Denham about comments to a coal energy conference in southern Illinois and her plans to fight public corruption. Plus, Jeff Crabill says he's running for Alderman in Bloomington's 8th ward, setting up a contest with Josh Barnett. And Don Knapp is the new McLean County State's Attorney. Eric Stock reports.