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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, April 14

    • Officials announce start of foundation work on Obama Presidential Center, including new bike-ped routes (NBC)
    • SBC writer David Zegeye discusses push to preserve affordable housing near Obama Center (Block Club)
    • Man, 21, accused of pulling cop into vehicle during investigation, driving off and then crashing (Tribune)
    • Journalist with vision impairment discusses DOJ involvement in Accessible Pedestrian Signal suit (Beth Finke)
    • After more than 20 years of work, community farm coming to La Villita Park next year (Block Club)
    • The price of unleaded regular gas rose 11.7% in the Chicago area in March (Tribune)
    • Reader's Deanna Isaac provides an update on what's going on with the Chicago Monuments Project

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