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217 Today: State Farm faces more race discrimination lawsuits in Texas and Georgia

Tuesday, August 16, 2022

Today’s headlines:

  • The Naperville City Council could ban most sales of assault rifles at its meeting Tuesday night.
  • A new collaborative workforce training program in the Metro East will include an expansion of the Southern Illinois University School of Law.
  • As undergraduates return to Champaign-Urbana, the University of Illinois is preparing for the potential spread of monkeypox this fall.

In today’s deep dive, we hear from a University of Illinois discrimination law expert on recent racial discrimination lawsuits filed against State Farm Insurance. 

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Brian Moline

Brian Moline

Brian Moline is the Managing Editor of Illinois Newsroom and host of Morning Edition for Illinois Public Media/WILL. He's been with WILL since 2015, after a long stint at WDWS-AM in Champaign where he covered both news and sports for more than a decade. If you have story or interview ideas, you can reach Brian at bmoline@illinois.edu.

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