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Today’s Headlines for Friday, January 20

    • Chicago Gets Ready for 50K Trump Protesters in the Loop for Women's March (Tribune)
    • CTA Promotes Itself as "Convenient & Affordable" Way to Get to the Demonstration (Chicagoist)
    • Leaders Respond to Trump; Rahm, Tammy Say Infrastructure May Be Common Ground (Reader)
    • Springfield Stalemate May Kill Plan to Widen I-55 (Crain's)
    • Suburban Bloomingdale Officer Dies in Crash While Responding to a Call (Tribune)
    • DUI Crackdown on Lake Shore Drive This Weekend (DNA)
    • SSA Money Will Be Spent on Private Security for Broadway, Sheffield in Lakeview (DNA)
    • OakPark.com Looks at Automated Enforcement Along Harlem Avenue
    • State Republicans Propose Replacing Thompson Center With 115-Story Skyscraper (Curbed)
    • Activists: Cleaning Up the Public Way Has Multiple Benefits for Poor Neighborhoods (DNA)
    • Rogers Park Woman Offers $1K Reward for Ring She Lost on the 'L' (DNA)
    • Toronzo Cannon Is a CTA Bus Driver by Day, Bluesman by Night (Tribune)

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