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8:57 AM EDT on April 7, 2009

    • With Americans Driving Less, Highway Deaths Dropped 9 Percent in 2008 (NYT)
    • Senate Dems Turning Their Attention Back to MTA Rescue (Politicker)
    • Service Cuts to Begin in June; Senate Republicans Say They'll Talk, But Not About Payroll Tax (NY1)
    • TWU Launches TV Ads Targeting NYC's Senate GOP Contingent (News)
    • News Columnist: Tolling Bridges = 'Class Warfare'
    • Clyde Haberman: Albany Needs a Lesson from the Great Philosophers (NYT)
    • NYT Likes Schumer's Cash-for-Clunkers Bill
    • Ex-Pols Register Vanity Plates Just Like Their Old, Park-Anywhere Versions (News)
    • Post Stirs Anti-Enforcement Rage With Report on Red Light Cam Expansion
    • IL Legislature Approves $496M in Capital Projects for Chicago Transit (CTA Tattler via
    • Commuter Bike Porn (A Continuous Lean)

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