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Today’s Headlines for Friday, July 3

8:34 AM CDT on July 3, 2020

    • The COVID pandemic is taking a tremendous toll on public transit systems (NY Times)
    • CDOT introduces free workshops to help adults learn how to ride a bicycle
    • CTA bus driver charged in body slamming incident that went viral (ABC 7)
    • Everything you need to know about Chicago's travel order (NBC 5)
    • Neil Steinberg column encourages residents to get outside and enjoy the summer (Sun-Times)
    • Curbed interviews Representative Ayanna Pressley and discusses free public transit
    • Wealthy lakefront resident agrees to remove bushes from public property (Sun-Times)
    • The hedges are gone, but protesters want Lakeview homeowner to close southwest side asphalt plant (Block Club)

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