Officials planning the NATO and G8 summits have launched a campaign to convince Chicago residents that the upcoming meetings will be more than worth the inconvenience they might cause.
There were two briefings Tuesday; one for officials of the Chicago Public Schools, the other for executives of museums, concert halls and theaters.
CBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine talked with some of them as they left the briefings, which seemed to ease at least some of their fears. Though as they say, the devil is in the details. Security details have not yet been revealed to them, or anyone else; not even organizers determined to put their best face on what could be a historic event. (more on chicago.cbslocal.com)