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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, November 3

9:18 AM CST on November 3, 2020

    • National Lawyers Guild of Chicago speaks out against transit shutdowns (ATA)
    • Right-wing Illinois Policy looks at proposal to ticket drivers doing 36 in 30 zones
    • 3 dead, including baby, in Will County crash (Sun-Times)
    • Driver dies after crossing center line, striking another vehicle in Waukegan (Tribune)
    • Attacker shot CTA bus driver with paintball gun in suburban Norridge (Fox)
    • Jackson Park Harbor getting $3M fix to better protect LFT from flooding (Block Club)
    • Pritzker says ban on indoor service will last at least another 2-3 weeks (Block Club)
    • Take ATA's survey on food access and transportation

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