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Today’s Headlines for Wednesday, January 12

10:32 AM CST on January 12, 2022

    • Strange bedfellows: DSA Ald. Jeanette Taylor complains about speed cams to right-wing Illinois Policy
    • Like Illinois Policy, CBS published a graph that shows 6 mph ticketing rule is encouraging safer driving
    • Driver allegedly kidnapped Good Samaritan after Indiana crash, forced him to drive him to Chicago (NBC)
    • Injuries from icy sidewalks add more stress to already overwhelmed Chicago hospitals (Block Club)
    • 35th Ward PB election options include dashed bike lanes on Montrose (Block Club)
    • Federal judge denied a request by several unions to halt Metra’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate (Law Bulletin)
    • The Tribune looks at Olive-Harvey's new bike repair and maintenance course
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