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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, February 28

    • Obama Makes Final Pitch for Center, Downplays Gentrification Concerns (Tribune)
    • ...Rauner: State Will Be Willing to Pay Some of $175M in Transportation Expenses (Sun-Times)
    • Sustainable Transportation Booster Ald. Pawar Is Launching a News Outlet (Sun-Times)
    • How Chicago Ticket Debt Sends Black Motorists Into Bankruptcy (ProPublica)
    • Logan Squarist Looks at Strategies to Reduce Bike Fatalities -- John Weighs in
    • Medill Reports Talks With Kristen Green From Chicago Ghost Bikes
    • Federal Tax Policy Could Encourage Suburbanites to Move to Chicago (Chicago Mag)
    • John Discusses Wisconsin's Anti-CTA  Ad Campaign With the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel
    • Chicago's 2017 Home Price Growth Was Dead Last Among 20 Cities (Crain's)
    • CBS Talks With Mary Wallace, Chicago's First Female and WOC Bus Driver
    • Video: Cyclist Has Run-in With a Rent-a-Cop in an SUV on 606 (NSFW Language) (Instagram)
    • Today's Last Day for Discounted Registration for the IL Bike Summit 5/7 at UIC

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