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8:40 AM EDT on June 14, 2007

    • Assembly Members Call Pricing Bill 'Unpassable' (Post)
    • RELATED: Proposed Truck Fee Reduced as Labor Comes Aboard (Newsday)
    • RELATED: Bronx President Expected to Endorse Pricing (Daily News)
    • RELATED: Park Slope Civic Council Supports Pricing (Brooklyn Eagle)
    • Driving 'Infinitely Superior' to 'Hellish' Transit (Queens Gazette)
    • Companies Recognized for Cleaner Commuting (AMNY)
    • SUV Mows Down Midtown Pedestrians (NY1)
    • Temporarily Free Parking Threatens Brooklyn Retail Strip (Post)
    • City Needs Power Plants, Not Solar Panels (Post)
    • Parks Dept. Could Cede Land to Coney Island Developers (Brooklyn Eagle)
    • Trucker Accused of Stealing 100,000 Gallons of Gas (AMNY)
    • The Truth About 'Classic' Cars (Slate)

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