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    • Biz Leaders Appeal to GOP State Senators: Get on Board MTA Rescue Plan (News)
    • Paterson Taking a Hands-Off Approach With Senate Dems (Daily Politics)
    • MTA Deal Might Get Rolled Into State Budget, Drag on for Months (Post)
    • Some States Spend Stim Cash on Road Expansion, Others Fix Things First (NYT)
    • LaHood: Raising Gas Tax Is Off the Table (WSJ)
    • Marty Markowitz on an Endless Anti-Toll Crusade (Bklyn Paper)
    • DeBlasio Proposes SunlightNYC Site to Track Local Stim Spending (City Room)
    • Rego Park Preschool Zone Plagued by Parking Dysfunction (News)
    • A Graphic Illustration of the Need to Price On-Street Parking (Urban Transport via

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