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9:15 AM EDT on June 20, 2007

    • Senate Vote Expected, Pricing Called 'Dead' in Assembly (Post)
    • RELATED: Silver Relishes Position of Power (NYT)
    • RELATED: Pricing Technology Proven on Toll Roads (Daily News)
    • RELATED: Livingstone Speaks Up for New York Pricing (Post)
    • RELATED: More Reactions to Q Pricing Poll (Crain's)
    • City Considers Breaks for Scooters as Sales Rise (Sun)
    • Vatican Issues Driving Commandments (Newsday, Houston Chronicle)
    • Drivers Oblivious to Toddler in Street (Daily News)
    • Legislature Moves Bill to Stiffen DWI Sentences (Post)
    • Misdemeanor Charge for Drugged Driver Who Killed Cyclist (Newsday)
    • Detroit Carmakers Lobby for Weaker MPG Standards (NYT)
    • MTA Nominee Vague on Fare Hike (Daily News)
    • Governors Island Proposals 'Fall Short' (NYT)

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