Thousands march around downtown Chicago after the Supreme Court decision eliminating a constitutional right to an abortion, Friday evening, June 24, 2022.

Thousands protest and march around downtown Chicago after the Supreme Court decision eliminating a constitutional right to an abortion, Friday evening, June 24, 2022.

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The Supreme Court’s ruling overturns Roe v. Wade, early voting begins, and two vice presidents visit Illinois.

A parade-goer laughs while holding a flag during the West Garfield Park Juneteenth Parade June 18 along Central Park Avenue in West Garfield Park.

A parade-goer laughs while holding a flag during the West Garfield Park Juneteenth Parade June 18 along Central Park Avenue in West Garfield Park.

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Ald. Carrie Austin (34th) reacts to a legislative tit for tat during a Chicago City Council meeting Wednesday following Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s decision to again delay a vote on an ordinance that would restore higher thresholds for speed-camera tickets.

Ald. Carrie Austin (34th) reacts to a legislative tit for tat during a Chicago City Council meeting Wednesday following Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s decision to again delay a vote on an ordinance that would restore higher thresholds for speed-camera tickets.

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Post Malone performing June 18 at the 2022 Summer Smash Hip Hop Music Festival at Douglass Park.

Post Malone performing June 18 at the 2022 Summer Smash Hip Hop Music Festival at Douglass Park.

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Vice President Kamala Harris waves to attendees before speaking at the C.W. Avery Family YMCA in Plainfield, Illinois, Friday afternoon, June 24, 2022.

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Family members and friends release balloons during a vigil for 11-year-old Ja’lon James near West 18th Street and South Avers Avenue in Lawndale on June 17. James was killed in a hit-and-run in the 3300 block of West 16th Street.

Family members and friends release balloons during a vigil for 11-year-old Ja’lon James near West 18th Street and South Avers Avenue in Lawndale on June 17. James was killed in a hit-and-run in the 3300 block of West 16th Street.

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Xavier Dorsey, 6, pets therapy dog Zilly before a news conference Tuesday at La Rabida Children’s Hospital held by the Cook County sheriff’s office to introduce Ella and Zilly, therapy dogs that interact with hospital staff and patients every Tuesday.

Xavier Dorsey, 6, pets therapy dog Zilly before a news conference Tuesday at La Rabida Children’s Hospital held by the Cook County sheriff’s office to introduce Ella and Zilly, therapy dogs that interact with hospital staff and patients every Tuesday.

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Mayor Lori Lightfoot early-votes Tuesday at the election super-site at 191 N. Clark St. in the Loop.

Mayor Lori Lightfoot early-votes Tuesday at the election super-site at 191 N. Clark St. in the Loop.

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A spotlight illuminates Rev. Jesse Jackson after a newsconference at South Shore Cultural Center Wednesday about Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and women’s rights, among other social justice issues.

A spotlight illuminates Rev. Jesse Jackson after a newsconference at South Shore Cultural Center Wednesday about Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and women’s rights, among other social justice issues.

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Chicago police investigate Tuesday night after a man was shot on a Red Line train near the 47th Street L station on the South Side.

Chicago police investigate Tuesday night after a man was shot on a Red Line train near the 47th Street L station on the South Side.

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Former Vice President Mike Pence speaks about the current state of the U.S. economy Monday at at the University Club of Chicago.

Former Vice President Mike Pence speaks about the current state of the U.S. economy Monday at at the University Club of Chicago.

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Aaliyah Ingram, 9, and her brother Khalief, 3, laugh while sitting on an amusement ride June 18 at the Juneteenth Village Fest at Anna and Frederick Douglass Park.

Aaliyah Ingram, 9, and her brother Khalief, 3, laugh while sitting on an amusement ride June 18 at the Juneteenth Village Fest at Anna and Frederick Douglass Park.

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Chicago police investigate in the 6600 block of South Halsted Street in Gresham, where an 11-year-old girl was shot and wounded Monday.

Chicago police investigate in the 6600 block of South Halsted Street in Gresham, where an 11-year-old girl was shot and wounded Monday.

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City Clerk Anna Valencia, a Democratic candidate for secretary of state, casts an early vote Thursday in the June 28 primary election at the Union Park fieldhouse on the Near West Side.

City Clerk Anna Valencia, a Democratic candidate for secretary of state, casts an early vote Thursday in the June 28 primary election at the Union Park fieldhouse on the Near West Side.

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Fans cheer as Ski Mask the Slump God performs June 18 at the 2022 Summer Smash Hip Hop Music Festival at Douglass Park.

Fans cheer as Ski Mask the Slump God performs June 18 at the 2022 Summer Smash Hip Hop Music Festival at Douglass Park.

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Former state Sen. Thomas Cullerton walks with family and supporters out of the Dirksen Federal Courthouse after he was sentenced Tuesday to one year in prison.

Former state Sen. Thomas Cullerton walks with family and supporters out of the Dirksen Federal Courthouse after he was sentenced Tuesday to one year in prison.

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A Chicago police officer throws a football to beach-goers Monday at North Avenue Beach.

A Chicago police officer throws a football to beach-goers Monday at North Avenue Beach.

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