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    • Q Poll Headlines Practically Write Themselves (Post, Daily News, Crain's, Sun)
    • Coverage of TA's Poll Rebuttal (Metro, NY1)
    • McCaffrey Critiques Congestion Panel (Queens Chronicle)
    • Responding to Riders, MTA Plans Improvements to No. 7 Line (City Room)
    • Mateo Wants No Livery Cab Hails During Strike He Says Won't Happen (AMNY)
    • Electrified Sidewalks Still a Problem (Daily News)
    • DOT Paints Crossings Four Years After School Closes (SI Advance)
    • Weeks After Tornado, NYers Left Waiting on Federal Aid (Daily News)
    • Oil Prices Rise in Anticipation of Hurricanes (NYT)
    • Virgin to Drop 4-Engine Jets (NYT)
    • Eating Meat Worse Than Driving (NYT)
    • Congressman Warns of $9-Gal Gas - Oh, and Genocide - if US Leaves Iraq (LVRJ)
    • Service Station Hits a Nerve With Market-Based Pricing (WKMG)
    • Coral Gables Law Aims to Keep Pick-Ups Out of Sight (NYT)

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