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8:53 AM EDT on June 2, 2008

    • Treasury Secretary Paulson: "No Quick Fix" For High Oil Prices (AP)
    • More Drivers Running Out of Gas on the Road (Yahoo)
    • Buyers Not Lining Up for Hybrid SUVs (NYT)
    • Transit Agencies Cope With Influx of Riders (WSJ, Preview Only)
    • Even a "Minor" Car Crash Can Have Profound Consequences (NYT)
    • Drunk Driver Runs Over Brooklyn Man (News)
    • Some of MTA's 24,000 E-ZPass Giveaways Raise Eyebrows (News)
    • Al Sharpton Joins Critical Mass to Protest NYPD (Gothamist)
    • Denver Regulators May Pay Drivers to Ditch Polluting Vehicles (AP)
    • Columbus, Ohio Unveils 20-Year Bike Plan (Columbus Dispatch)

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