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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, July 14

    • Gov. Pritzker heading to DC to discuss infrastructure plan with leaders (Chicago Tribune)
    • Chicago brings back travel advisory for states with high COVID rates (Block Club)
    • Regional mayors commit to decreasing greenhouse gasses to mitigate climate change (Daily Herald)
    • Another story about Chicago area mayors and the Climate Action Plan (The Hill)
    • CTA drops capacity limits on buses and trains (Intelligent Transport)
    • Chicago startup Veo raises $16 million for micro-mobility (Built In)
    • New bike-share service opens along Illinois and Michigan Canal (Fox 32)
    • South Chicago street to feature outdoor market and more in August (Block Club)

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