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Right to Repair legislation stalls and HSHS systems still impacted by cyberattack | First Listen

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  • Right to Repair legislation stalls in many states
  • Some HSHS systems still impacted by cyberattack
  • BUILD Springfield initiative hopes to make neighborhoods safer
  • A New Jersey based drug maker plans a manufacturing facility in Decatur
  • The groundbreaking on the Scheels Sports Park at Legacy Point takes place today
  • Low Mississippi River levels increasing transportation costs for farmers moving their harvests
  • Advocates demanding reforms at the National Association of Realtors amid allegations of sexual harassment by the non-profit's former president
  • Abraham Lincoln Capital Airport's Executive Director Mark Hanna talks about Breeze Airlines and its service out of Springfield
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