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    • Critics: IL EPA Let Corporations Dictate How to Spend $109M Volkswagen Settlement (BGA)
    • Rauner Is Opposed to Any Gas Tax Increase for Infrastructure (INN)
    • 3 Killed After Ambulance Driver Crashes Into Building in Bellwood (Tribune)
    • Teen Fatally Struck Man Walking in Aurora Saturday Night, No Citations (Sun-Times)
    • Chicago Man Gets 5 Years for Fatal DUI Crash in Kendall County (Tribune)
    • Woman Attacks a Stranger While Riding CTA Bus on North Michigan (NBC)
    • Construction Along Two Lake County Metra Lines Will Result in Schedule Changes (Tribune)
    • Downtown Parking Lots Disappearing During Construction Boom in Ride-Share Era (Tribune)
    • SRAM Decries Distracted Driving, Faded Chicago Bike Lanes (Business Insider)
    • The South Shore Line Reintroduces Bikes on Board Service for Spring (WIMS)
    • Michigan DOT Is Sponsoring Additional Amtrak Service to Holland, MI, for Tulip Fest

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