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Today’s Headlines for Thursday, November 29

    • Kling: Car Makers Shift Focus to "Mobility," but Results May Not Be Benign (Sun-Times)
    • Bill Daley Says Chicago Should Consider a Commuter Tax for Suburbanites (Tribune)
    • Ex-Forest Preserve Worker Accused of DUI in Deadly Crash has been jailed (Tribune)
    • Man Who Fell Onto Tracks While Walking Bike on Platform Is Suing CTA (Sun-Times)
    • Commuters: Using Sand Instead of Salt on CTA Platforms Isn't Cutting It (CBS)
    • Tribune: Strollers Prevent CTA Bus Drivers From Picking up People in Wheelchairs
    • Big Delays on Metra's MD-W Line Yesterday Due to Stalled Train in Roselle (WGN)
    • Looks at the Lincoln Yards TIF Proposal
    • Fundraiser on 12/15 for Scholarship Fund to Honor Alma Zamudio (Block Club)

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