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    • Bronx Assemblyman Seeks to Clear Path for Congestion Pricing (Daily Politics)
    • Horse Trading Ramps Up in City Council (Sun)
    • News Endorses Pricing, While Columnist Regurgitates Brodsky's Line
    • Brooklyn Community Board 7 Votes Against Pricing and RPP (Gowanus Lounge)
    • Member of Bronx Community Board 8 Rejects Parking Permits Too (R'dale Press)
    • Economic Downturn Casts Doubt on Future of Atlantic Yards (NYT)
    • Selection of Hudson Yards Developer Delayed (Sun)
    • More on the Protest Against Park-Hogging Brooklyn Judges (News)
    • Cabbies Say They Need to Use Cell Phones for Their Safety (AMNY)
    • Suffolk County Exec: 'Roadway Expansion Is Absolutely Necessary' (MTR)
    • How Much CO2 Does Transit Keep Out of the Air? (NARP Blog)

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