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9:01 AM EDT on June 13, 2008

    • McCain Wants to Investigate Oil Companies and Traders (Sun)
    • Gas Hits $5/Gal at Some City Pumps (News)
    • Fuel Prices May Put Some Car Services Out of Business (Riverdale Press)
    • 17 Cops Will Handle Traffic For Red Hook Ikea (Brooklyn Paper)
    • Manhattan CB1 Approves Bike Path Through City Hall Park (Tribeca Trib)
    • Elderly Woman Hit By Van Outside Woolworth Building, in Critical Condition (Post)
    • State Pols Question Need for More Stadium Subsidies (NYT, Sun, News)
    • MTA Has Paid Out $1.1B in Claims Since 1996, Comptroller Finds (City Room, Post)
    • Gene Russianoff Answers Questions About Transit (City Room)
    • Portland Cyclist Tackled and Tasered by Police (Bike Portland)

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