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    • Malcolm Smith Signals State Senate's Openness to Bridge Tolls (NYT, AP, NY1, MTR)
    • Silver Actively Campaigning for Bridge Tolls (AP, Crain's)
    • Placard Abuse Still Rampant in Downtown Brooklyn, Especially Among Law Enforcement (News)
    • Schumer Wants to Jump Start Moynihan Station With Stim Funds (NYT)
    • North Carolina, Flush With Stim Cash, Ignores Need to Rein in Costly Sprawl (Citiwire)
    • Other Broadway Plans Have Come Before, But Did They Give Surface Space to Peds? (NYT)
    • Developers Assisted by Carrion Showered Him With Campaign Contribs (News)
    • Speeding Livery Driver Seriously Injures Three in Bronx Crash, Dies from Collision (News)
    • Thompson, Espaillat Among Local Electeds Rallying Against Bridge Tolls (News, Post, NY1)
    • Hudson Valley Pols Oppose Ravitch Plan's Payroll Tax (Journal News)
    • Bill Requiring Drivers to Stop for Peds Advances in IL (Carfree Chicago via

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