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Today’s Headlines for Monday, May 21

9:07 AM CDT on May 21, 2018

    • CTA Getting Ready to Install 600-Plus HD Security Cams Funded by Ride-Share Fee (NBC)
    • Activists: Make 30% of New & Rehabbed Housing Near Obama Center Affordable (Tribune)
    • Police: Apparently Drunk Driver Fatally Struck Sandra Mitchell in Archer Heights (ABC)
    • Preckwinkle: Carjacking Law Would Result in Unnecessary Incarceration of POC Youth (Crain's)
    • MPC Takes a Look at What It Would Take to Implement Fare-Free CTA Service
    • The Reader's Ryan Smith Is Underwhelmed by the Rezkoville Development Plans
    • The Tribune's Mary Wisniewski Talks With The Rideshare Guy Advice Guru
    • Local Author Chris McAuliffe Publishes a Book About the History of Chicago Cycling (CXM)
    • Chaddick Discussion of Bike Policies & Trends Tuesday 4 PM, 243 S. Wabash
    • International Architecture and Development Conference Comes to Chicago May 30-31

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