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Today’s Headlines

9:12 AM EDT on April 29, 2009

    • Bloomberg Tells Albany Leaders: Transit System Needs "Long-Term Solution" (Daily Politics)
    • Malcolm Smith Wants Bloomberg to Endorse Senate Dems' Half-Baked Plan (Politicker)
    • Senate Unlikely to Vote on MTA Bill This Week (Newsday, WNYC)
    • Doomsday Grows Nearer for Hundreds of Subway and Bus Workers (News, Post, NY1)
    • What Does Arlen Specter's Party Switch Mean for Climate Legislation? (Grist)
    • Oberstar: Now's the Time to Tax Mileage (AP)
    • Fuel Efficiency Won't Help Much If Driving Doesn't Decline (Globe)
    • Ray LaHood: Car Dependence Is Bad, So Is Raising the Gas Tax (Infrastructurist)
    • Street Vendors Rally at City Hall for More Licenses (City Room)
    • Scofflaw ATV and Dirt Bike Riders Menace New Haven Streets (Design NH via

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