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9:00 AM CST on November 14, 2014

    • Metra Will Borrow Money for Infra; Experts Say It's About Time They Did (Tribune)
    • Orseno: We're Taking Steps to Avoid Metra Delays If Another Polar Vortex Hits (NBC)
    • Lincoln Avenue Bus Advocates Planning to Rally at CTA Budget Hearing (DNA)
    • Fight Over Ride-Share Regulation Sparks Lobbying Frenzy in Springfield (Crain's)
    • Bill Proposed to Change Illinois' Zero Tolerance Marijuana DUI Law (Daily Herald)
    • "In the Loop": A Roundup of What's Going on In the Transpo World (MPC)
    • Residents in Low-Income Neighborhoods Pay More for Car Insurance (DNA)
    • So Far, Wilson Station Rehab Work Hasn't Resulted in a Rat Plague (DNA)
    • You Can Try Out Metra's Fancy New Seats This Month at Downtown Stations (Tribune)
    • "Immortal Class" Author Appears In a Report on Safety-in-Numbers Effect (Inside Science)

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