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8:34 AM EDT on October 25, 2007

    • Sander Says State Aid Won't Be Enough (AMNY, News, Metro)
    • Brodsky: 'We'll try. There are no guarantees.' (Newsday)
    • Straphangers Campaign, Um, Sweetens the Deal (City Room, Newsday)
    • Pricing Transit Benefits Touted; People Seem to Listen (Brooklyn Eagle)
    • City Already Has Congestion Pricing (Brooklyn Eagle)
    • No. 7 Line Contract Approved (City Room)
    • MTA Adding to Hybrid Bus Fleet (NYT)
    • Residents Protest Plans to Clear Trees for Turf (Metro)
    • Retired Actor Killed in East Side Hit-and-Run (NYT, AMNY)
    • Regs Would Require Carbon Credits for Power Companies (City Room)
    • EU Parliament Accused of Selling Out to Car Makers (BBC)
    • Climate Change Makes Wildfires Worse (Gristmill)

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