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Today’s Headlines for Monday, June 20

8:57 AM CDT on June 20, 2016

    • Why Does Toronto Have Higher Transit Ridership Than Chicago? (Tribune)
    • Ride-Share Ordinance Passes in Committee, Lyft Threatens to Leave Chicago (DNA)
    • Chicagoist Responds to Marilyn Katz's Tone-Deaf Op-Ed on the Blaine Klingenberg Case
    • Driver Charged With Reckless Homicide After He Ran Away From Fatal Crash (CBS)
    • FOP May Approve Lucas Museum Plan -- If 5% of Revenue Goes to Parks Fund (Crain's)
    • Oak Park Ave. Bike Lane Project Delayed by Discovery of Dead Bodies (DNA)
    • For the 1st Time, Chicago Releases Divvy Data on City's Open Data Portal (Route 50)
    • Why McDonalds Is Moving Its Oak Brook HQ to the West Loop (Chicago Mag)
    • Architect Recommends Pedestrian Improvements for Highland Park (Tribune)
    • Video: DNA Checks Out the Current State of the Navy Pier Flyover
    • Letter: More Riverfront Bike Paths Would Be a Boon for Chicago's Economy (Tribune)
    • Hearing in the Bobby Cann Case on Thursday 10 a.m. at 26/California (The Chainlink)

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