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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, January 8

9:33 AM CST on January 8, 2019

    • Legislation Would Let Pritzker Replace Illinois Tollway Board (Tribune)
    • Aldermen Expected to Reject 20K-Person Soccer Stadium Due to Traffic Concerns (Tribune)
    • Mendoza Floats "Lakefront Tax" on Higher-Priced Homes (Crain's)
    • Witness: Driver Intentionally Struck and Killed Carlos Posados, 22, in West Chatham (ABC)
    • Man Gets 3 Years in Prison for Punching a Metra Conductor (Sun-Times)
    • Police Roll Out More Cars Equipped With License Plate Reader Tech (Sun-Times)
    • Active Trans Looks at Elgin Bike Hub's Advocacy Efforts
    • Sound Collage of Chicagoans Discussing Favorite Spots Is Playing on Pace Buses (Block Club)
    • Why Is the Stretch of the Pedway Near Macy's Such a Mess During the Winter? (Tribune)
    • Save the Date: Transport Chicago Conference Takes Place June 14

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