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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, March 23

    • Chicago Area Leads the Nation in Population Loss, Sees 2nd Drop in 2 Years (Tribune)
    • Trump Budget Would Gut Chicago Transit Funding (Crain's)
    • More Than 40 Suburban Candidate Filled Out Active Trans Questionnaire on Transportation
    • Next City Looks at Chicago's "Biking While Black" Enforcement Issue
    • Police Are Warning Ride-Share Users to Beware of Fake Drivers (DNA)
    • Details From Last Night's Lake Front Trail Separation Meeting (DNA)
    • Curbed Looks at the Proposal for the Low Line Public Space
    • Sign a Letter to Your Congressional Rep Asking Them to Oppose Trump Budget (Active Trans)
    • Have You Responded to Metra's Survey on Ticket and Fare Options Yet? (Tribune)
    • Meeting on Lawrence TOD Plan Tonight 7 PM at Berry United Methodist Church (DNA)

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