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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, April 29

    • Active Trans' anti-open streets position is influencing the debate in Austin, TX  (Austin Monitor)
    • COPA releases new videos of police shooting of Ariel Roman after he crossed between 'L' cars (CBS)]
    • 2 police officers hospitalized Englewood crash that left officer, pedestrian seriously injured (Tribune)
    • Columnist discusses his quarantine fatigue, social distancing mistakes (Tribune)
    • Loop Alliance cancels summer ACTIVATE alley parties (Block Club)
    • Amtrak swaps buses for Hiawatha trains to Milwaukee due to low ridership (Patch)
    • Half-off Divvy memberships and $1 rides extended through May along with SAH order (WBBM)
    • PETA applauds Chicago's upcoming ban on horse-drawn carriages
    • Community gardening in the COVID-19 era (WBBM)
    • Coronavirus-themed pothole art appears in Uptown (Block Club)

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