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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, January 23

    • Dorothy Brown, Who Proposed a New Bike Tax, Is off the Mayoral Ballot (Tribune)
    • Preckwinkle Vows to Revamp Overly Punitive Ticketing Policy Targeting Minorities (Sun-Times)
    • Moore: To Address Segregation Chicago Should Look to Other Cities' Best Practices (WBEZ)
    • Driver Fatally Struck Chamber Orchestra Founder Robert Boarde Green, 82, in Chatham (Tribune)
    • CTA Driver Injured Jumping Out of Bus Window After Shots Fired on Bus (Tribune)
    • Near Misses at Mokena Metra Xing to Take Spotlight at Citzen's Advisory Board Meeting (CBS)
    • Crain's Looks at Rahm Emanuel's Riverfront Improvement Legacy
    • Morton Arboretum's Sculpture Installation Features a Car-Smashing Troll

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