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Dinosaur.jpgBronx Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz on congestion pricing, February 2008:

Who could support a plan that creates a regressive tax on middle-classand working people from the Bronx and the outer boroughs?

Jeffrey Dinowitz on the possibility of eliminating the Bx34, February 2009:

"The fact that they would come up with such a boneheaded idea with thisbus reflects really poorly on their ability to run this agency."

Here's hoping that residents of the Bronx, most of whom rely on transit, decide for themselves who the real boneheads are.

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