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8:54 AM EDT on August 29, 2008

    • Obama Lays Out Energy Plan (Grist
    • Gas Price Dip Expected to Mean More Holiday Driving (News
    • Cuomo Warns of Pump Bait and Switch (Post, News)
    • Critical Mass Marks Four Years of NYPD Harassment (Metro
    • Action Needed on Closed West St. Bike Path (Downtown Express)
    • MTA Will Keep Extra Outbound Battery Tunnel Lane (Bklyn Eagle
    • Molinaro, Parks Dept. Spar Over Roads Through Fresh Kills Park (SI Advance)
    • Pedestrian Fatalities: Blame the Victim, Blame the Moon (Freakonomics)
    • Brooklyn Man's Death Signaled by Collection of Parking Tickets (NYT
    • California Bill Would Encourage Transit Oriented Development (NYT)

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