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May 10-16, 2018

Issue Archive for May 10-16, 2018 Vol. 47, No. 31

The hidden ME too ME was once thought to be a rare condition affecting “hysterical” white women. But the debilitating disease impacts a diverse group of up to 100,000 in Illinois alone—and Chicago researchers are hunting for a cure. By Megan Doherty

Is it legal to proselytize at CTA stations?

Expanding the right to vote ►You’re innocent until proven guilty—but that doesn’t mean you can vote ►Are 16-year-olds smart enough to vote? Vote16 Illinois thinks so

Music ►Eight hands make light work for Third Coast Percussion

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