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Today’s Headlines

9:00 AM EST on March 7, 2008

    • Assemblyman Adam Clayton Powell IV Charged With DWI (News, Post, NYT)
    • NYT: Crack Down on Placard Abuse Now
    • Sander Pleas for MTA Funds, Catches Flak from Brodsky (NY1, Metro)
    • Lew Fidler Has a Bone to Pick With Downtown Brooklyn Partnership (News)
    • Queens Councilman Wants Free Parking for Hybrids (Post)
    • MTA Launching Text Message Service Alerts Soon (AMNY)
    • Survey Says New Yorkers Take Climate Change Seriously (City Room)
    • End of Oil Age Within Sight (NYT)
    • Delayed Ruling on Yards Case Deals Setback to Ratner (Bklyn Paper)
    • San Francisco Settles Traffic Death Lawsuit for $21M (SF Gate)

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