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9:00 AM EDT on June 25, 2007

    • Transit Users Would Pay for Lawmakers' Pricing Failure (NYT)
    • RELATED: Silver Says Plan 'Very Much Alive' (Daily News)
    • RELATED: Dismissing $500 Million Incentive, Weprin Keeps Heckling (Metro, NY1)
    • RELATED: Pricing Could Mean Big Business for Many (Daily News)
    • Two Cyclists Dead: One Motorist Flees, One Not Charged (Gothamist)
    • Cyclist Killed in Southampton, Driver Charged with DWI (AMNY)
    • MTA to Extend MetroCard Expiration Dates (Post)
    • Possible F Express Off the Table Until 2013 (Daily News)
    • Segways Cleared for Use in Small NY Cities (Daily Politics)
    • Federal Gas Gouging Bill Unnecessary and Hypocritical (Sun)

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