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Today’s Headlines

9:07 AM EST on January 7, 2009

    • No Transit Strike This Time: MTA and TWU Agree to Binding Arbitration (NYT, NY1)
    • Queens Pol's Campaign Driver -- License Suspended -- Hits and Kills Child (NYT, News, Post)
    • Brennan Center: Malcolm Smith and Dem Conference Can Reform State Senate (News)
    • Martin Malave Dilan Is the New State Senate Transpo Committee Chair (Daily Politics)
    • Nassau County DA Doesn't Water Down Charges Against DWI Killers (60 Minutes)
    • Oregon Gov Pushes for VMT Tax (Corvallis Times via Planetizen)
    • Traffic Agent Vehicles Giving Traffic Agents a Bad Name in the Bronx (News)
    • Ex-MTA Board Member Clings to Rescinded Parking Placard (News)
    • Cap'n Transit: Jerrold Nadler the 'Transit Candidate' for Clinton's Senate Seat
    • Resolving Not to Get in a Car in 2009 (Car-Free USA via

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