The Top Five@5 (01/22/2020): The city’s Affordable Housing Requirements Ordinance has a major loophole, the Blackhawks honor coach Quenneville, Harley-Davidson makes a millennial-friendly chopper, and more…

Harley’s LiveWire is designed to be easier to operate — there’s no clutch or gears to figure out, just a twist-and-go throttle.(Don Bartletti / Los Angeles Times)

The Top Five@5 for Wednesday, January 22nd, 2020:

There’s a loophole in Chicago’s Affordable Requirements Ordinance (ARO) that allows developers to pay a fee rather than allow 10 percent of their development to be set aside for low income housing. Illinois lawmakers are raising questions about the integrity of state elections after the Secretary of State admitted hundreds of non-citizens were registered as voters in 2018. Terry Jones, a founding member of Monty Python has died at the age of 77.

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