Jeff Wagner's 3 Big Things: Jeff Sessions, Geronimo Allison, Boston Store

Jeff Wagner

(3) Democrats go after Jeff Sessions. Did they lay a glove on him? 

WASHINGTON (AP) - A group of black lawmakers will speak out against Donald Trump's pick for attorney general, Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions, in the second day of Senate confirmation hearings.

They include New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker, who will take the rare step of testifying against a current Senate colleague.

(2) Should a marijuana charge against Geronimo Allison impact his availability for Sunday's game? 

Packers WR Geronimo Allison is facing a drug charge. Allison is facing a misdemeanor charge of marijuana possession after a traffic stop in early September in Manitowoc.

A court hearing is set for January 23rd.  The Packers released a statement saying they are aware of the situation --- and because it's an ongoing legal matter, they'll refrain from making any further comment.

(1) Milwaukee will pay Bon-Ton $190,000 a year to keep Boston Store open. Is this a good deal? 

City leaders are proposing a plan to help keep the Grand Avenue Boston Store and it's parent company Bon Ton's corporate headquarters in downtown Milwaukee for at least the next 10 years.
The plan includes some $1.9 million in city funding, which would retain about 750 jobs downtown. 

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