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Stories you may have missed this week (that aren't about coronavirus)

Catch up...This week, Illinois saw a very unusual election as officials encouraged people to both sta
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Catch up…
This week, Illinois saw a very unusual election as officials encouraged people to both stay inside to limit the spread of the coronavirus and also t0 go out and vote on Tuesday. Turnout was terrible, but still not as bad as in 2012.
As of 5 p.m. yesterday, Illinois is under a “stay-at-home” order issued by Gov. J.B. Pritzker, effective through April 7. Here’s what that means for you.
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But there’s some other news, unrelated to the coronavirus, that also happened this week in Chicago. If you missed it, that’s understandable. We’ll catch you up.

Election Night was a test of Pritzker’s and Lightfoot’s political might
Chicago has seen a 43% rise in killings so far this year vs. 2019, but that’s not the full picture
Suburban voters give thumbs up to recreational weed sales in their hometowns
End of an era: Burke loses party post he has held since 1968
Gangster Disciples boss Larry Hoover seeks break on prison time under law Kanye West championed
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