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    • Critics Argue Mayor's Proposed Privatization Rules Don't Go Far Enough (Tribune)
    • Joe Moore Defends His Decision to Approve Pritzker's Transit-Ignoring Development
    • Tunney Proposes Allowing Restaurants to Set Up "Curbside Cafes": Private Parklets (Tribune)
    • Judge Denies Motion by City to Dismiss Class-Action Lawsuit Against Red Light Cams (Tribune)
    • City of Chicago Celebrates 2nd Annual PlayStreets Day With 16 Car-Free Block Parties
    • Woman Killed, 5 Injured After Rollover Crash on the Eisenhower (Tribune)
    • 12-Year-Old Boy Dies After Being Struck on Bike in Olympia Fields (Tribune)
    • Senior Who Was Fatally Struck in Wheelchair Over 2 Weeks Ago Has Been Identified (Sun-Times)
    • IDOT Says Illinois Has a 95.2% Front Seatbelt Use Rate (Fox)
    • Residents Worry Brewpub With Apartments Would Cause Parking Crunch (DNA)
    • Crain's Offers "One-Tank Road-Trip" Ideas. Here Are Some No-Tank Road Trip Ideas
    • Art & Music Festival Tomorrow at Uptown's Sunnyside Pedestrian Mall

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