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    • A Budget Soon? IL Senate Overrides Rauner Veto, House Expected to Do So Thursday (Politico)
    • NYC Papers Mock Rahm's Op-Ed, Citing Chicago's Smaller Train System, 6X Higher Murder Rate (DNA)
    • Driver Critically Injures Woman, 30, at Fullerton/Kedzie in Logan, No Charges (DNA)
    • 2 Officers Among 3 Injured in Englewood Crash (NBC)
    • Collapse of Roof Next to Red Line in Edgewater Causes Train Delays (WLS)
    • Active Trans Looks at the Proposal for a Complete Grid of Bikeways in Edgewater
    • Chicagoist Looks at Conflicts From Friday's Critical Mass Ride, Including Motorist Pulling a Gun
    • DNA: Someone Vandalized Signs for Parking Ban Aimed at Curbing Gang Parties on Near West Side
    • City Releases Full Schedule of PlayStreets Events, Which Create Car-Free Space for Recreation
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