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9:12 AM EDT on June 18, 2007

    • Pricing May be Headed for Special Session (Metro)
    • RELATED: Quinn Backs PlaNYC, Pricing (Sun)
    • RELATED: Legislature Should Approve Pricing Now (NYT)
    • RELATED: 'Naysayers' Offer No Alternative (Daily News)
    • RELATED: Bruno Downplays Flap over Federal Funds (City Room)
    • RELATED: Clinton Calls Pricing 'Slightly Regressive' (Empire Zone)
    • RELATED: Pricing Vital to Wider Goals (Metro)
    • RELATED: Clogged Streets Are Most Polluted (Daily News)
    • New Rail Line to Move Freight on Staten Island (Post)
    • City Distributes 'Official' Bike Helmet (Empire Zone)
    • School Bus Safety in Decline (Daily News)
    • Brooklyn Toddler Killed in Driveway (Post)
    • No Charges for Cab Driver Who Hit Three (NYT, Sun)
    • Developer Pulls Condos from Coney Island Plan (NYT)
    • Artist Marks Brooklyn Flood Line (NYT)

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