GOP resistance to preschool plan could imperil key Biden proposal in many states
The White House’s pledge to create universal prekindergarten is set to face enormous implementation challenges, as GOP lawmakers in at least a half-dozen states are already balking at the proposed program and others are likely to follow.washingtonpost.com
As Chicago proposes making Pilsen one of the city’s largest landmark districts, residents fear more displacement: ‘Saving buildings will not save people’
City officials say the proposal is part of a strategy aimed at preserving Mexican American communities in Pilsen and Little Village. The initial ordinance sought to preserve the exteriors of nearly 900 Baroque-inspired buildings built between 1875 and 1910 along 18th Street corridor from Leavitt Street to Sangamon Street, as well as other residential and commercial buildings between Ashland and Racine avenues down to 21st Street. At recent community meetings, the planning department has presented an alternate plan that would reduce the number of buildings covered by the district to 465.chicagotribune.com
Graham: Clinton's proposal for Syria no-fly zone is "a step in the right direction"
Republican Sens. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina and John McCain of Arizona weigh in on the 2016 White House race. While McCain says he will support the GOP presidential nominee, he adds that neither candidate has "displayed a necessary strategy or outlook."cbsnews.com
FCC chair on limiting Internet providers' sharing of user data
A new proposal from the Federal Communications Commission would require Internet providers to get their customers' explicit permission to share certain information. Right now, providers can track how long you spend on specific websites and the location of mobile users. Companies including Verizon and AT&T say the proposal creates an uneven playing field with websites that also track users. FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss the proposal.cbsnews.com