OFF MESSAGE: Pat Quinn’s headache evolves; Race at elite schools

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This week on Early & Often’s political talk show “Off Message” our panel discusses new law enforcement interest in Gov. Pat Quinn’s $54 million anti-violence program. 

We also delve into the numbers behind a Sun-Times Watchdogs report showing the dropping numbers of African American students in the City’s elite high schools.

Joining host Natasha Korecki is investigative reporter Chris Fusco, Editorial Writer Kate Grossman and Columnist Mark Brown. 

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