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8:56 AM EDT on April 4, 2008

    • MTA Board Member: Without Pricing, Fare Hike May Come Soon (Daily Politics)
    • Assembly Dems Wrap Up Closed-Door Session on Pricing (Post)
    • $1 Billion From Port Authority Is One Source of Contention (Sun)
    • COMMUTE: A Vote for Pricing Is a Vote For Equity (MTR)
    • Avella Wants to Know About Favors Traded Prior to Council Vote (AMNY)
    • Public Foots the Bill for Yankee Stadium Metro-North Station (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • More Retail in Store for Fourth Avenue (Brooklyn Paper)
    • Brooklyn Homeowners Association Goes Gated (Hawthorne St)
    • DC Street Sweepers Enlisted in Illegal Parking Crackdown (Wash Times)
    • Move to New Atlanta Development Cuts Family's Carbon Footprint (NPR)
    • Artist's Pedal-Powered Buick Declared Street Safe (National Post)

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