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Today’s Headlines for Friday, March 29

9:00 AM CDT on March 29, 2019

    • More Coverage of Uber's Campaign to Kill the Divvy Deal (Block Club, Sun-Times, Tribune)
    • Austin Family Sues Oak Park Police Over Fatal Crash (Austin Weekly)
    • Duckworth's Wheelchair-Trashing Disclosure Rule Reveals Airline Damage 25 a Day (Crain's)
    • Crain's Hosted a Future of Transportation Event With Emanuel Discussing ORD Expansion
    • Helmut Jahn Scrawls Handwritten Note Saying He's "Embarrassed" by O'Hare Decision (Curbed)
    • Pedestrian Crossing, More Seating, Updated Lights Coming to Glencoe's Tudor Court (Tribune)
    • Bike Lane Uprising Presents at Chicago City Data Users on 4/3 at AON Center (Chainlink)

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