Watch tonight’s show featuring discussion of the potential Fed action against Speaker Madigan, ex-COMED CEO Pramaggiore & ex City Club Pres Doherty, cable and web
Monday at 8:05 pm
Tonight’s City of Chicago edition of Public Affairs airs at 8:30 pm and midnight on Cable Ch. 21 (CAN TV).
The show features a discussion of the potential threat to Mike Madigan’s decades long reign as speaker and freedom as the Feds appear to consider filing charges against him and others at or involved with COMED, Illinois state government, Chicago and/or Cook County politics and/or politicians.
Watch Jeff Berkowitz and Illinois Channel’s Executive Editor Terry Martin discuss the Federal investigation relating to Speaker Mike Madigan, former COMED CEO Anne Pramaggiore, fomer long time City Club of Chicago President Jay Doherty and already charged (by the Feds) former COMED senior VP, Government Relations, Fidel Marquez.
The COMED deferred prosecution agreement with the U. S. Attorney (ND, IL) John Lausch and its implications, along with those of other public reports, for the possible actions against Madigan, Pramaggiore, Doherty and others are discussed in detail
Also discussed is the deferred prosecution agreement’s statements about discussions purporting to relate to Speaker Madigan’s desire to influence the appointment of someone to the COMED Board of Directors.
Also discussed is former State GOP Chairman Pat Brady and his somewhat peculiar decision to endorse Democrat Cong. Sean Casten in the IL 6th CD contest involving incumbent Casten and his challenger, former State Rep. Jeanne Ives.
Ives came within 20,000 votes of becoming the Republican nominee for Governor in 2018. Brady has never held a publicly elected office.
City Club, City Club of Chicago, COMED, COMED CEO ANN PRAMAGGIORE, Comed rate regulation, Deferred Prosecution agreement involving Speaker Madigan and Comed, Fidel Marquez, Illinois Channel, Jay Doherty, Jeff Berkowitz, legislation favorable to COMED, Speaker Madigan, Terry Martin, U S Attorney John Lausch