Reverend Meeks Retires / La Russa / Vax OK Poll Results for Kids Under 5
Two-thirds of Patch Poll voters say the White Sox should fire manager Tony La Russa.
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- The CDC has approved the Moderna and Pfizer coronavirus vaccination for children under five. City leaders say they are starting to roll out vaccines for children 6 months to 4 years old. (FOX32)
- The University of Chicago is facing calls for redress for its ties to slavery. University officials dispute this claim, saying the modern school was established in 1890, after slavery ended. Some people don’t buy that argument, reports Nick Blumberg. (WTTW)
- On Sunday, former state senator Reverend James Meeks announced his retirement as pastor of Salem Baptist Church after 42 years. He named his successor, Charlie Dates. (ABC7)
- Former Vice President Mike Pence spoke Monday at the University Club of Chicago part of a speaking tour testing the waters for a possible 2024 presidential campaign. (FOX32)
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