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Democrats say they are willing to work on the SAFE-T Act and more top stories | First Listen

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  • Illinois Democrats are signaling they're willing to work on the SAFE-T Act
  • A poll shows Democrat Governor JB Pritzker leads his Republican opponent Darren Bailey
  • Black women in the restaurant industry earn less and experience more harassment than their white male counterparts
  • Moving Pillsbury Foward gets good news from environmental studies on the site
  • Springfield's City, Water, Light and Power's Matt Huff talks about the crews headed to help in Florida following Hurricane Ian
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