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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, December 1

    • Merchants: McDonald Protest That Closed Mag Mile Cut Friday Sales by 25-50% (Tribune)
    • Ventra App Gets First Big Test Today as Metra Riders Begin Using It for Monthly Passes (Tribune)
    • Officer Crashes Car While Chasing Man Who Stole Van With 2-Year-Old Girl Inside (Tribune)
    • Woman Who Fatally Struck Man on Bike in Waukegan While Using Phone Gets Probation (Tribune)
    • Remembering Sean Morris, a Founder of Active Trans Who Translated "Safe Cycling in Chicago"
    • Chicago's Winter Parking Ban on Main Streets Has Started (DNA)
    • Here's What the CTA Map Might Look Like if Frank Lloyd Wright Had Designed It (Curbed)
    • It's #GivingTuesday -- Your Tax-Deductible Gift Will Help Keep Streetsblog CHI Rolling. Thanks!

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