At the Virtual Table with Laura Washington and Lynn Sweet: Upheaval politics in the wake of a pandemic and George Floyd

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Watch the Chicago Sun-Times’ Lynn Sweet and Laura Washington’s conversation about upheaval politics in the wake of major national disruptions.

Our newsmaker guests are two members from the Illinois congressional delegation, Democrat Rep. Lauren Underwood and Republican Rep. Adam Kinzinger. Our panel includes Sun-Times political writer Tina Sfondeles and editorial writer Lee Bey.

Check out the Thursday, June 25 at 6:30 p.m - 7:30 p.m. CST event below to listen in how local and national politics are changing in response to COVID-19, the death of George Floyd and ongoing protests.

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