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Today’s Headlines

9:29 AM EDT on June 26, 2009

    • DeFazio: Make Wall Street A$$holes Pay for Infrastructure (Infrastructurist)
    • The MTA Says It Needs $600M to Keep Going... (News)
    • ...So Why Did the MTA Just Give Forest City $100 Million? (Atlantic Yards Report)
    • Another Innocent Mom Killed in Area Cop Car Chase. (WPIX 11
    • Cy Vance Vows to Carry on in the Tradition of Manhattan D.A. Robert Morgenthau (News, Post)
    • DWT: Driving While Texting is Worse than Driving Drunk (Oregonian)
    • One Story You Won't See in Today's Paper: 97 Dead in Car Wrecks (Yglesias)
    • Lower East Side Community Board Member Opposes New Crosswalk (Lo-Down)
    • Use it or Lose It: States Are Spending Their Transportation Stimulus Dollars (NYT)
    • A Mega-Project Walking Tour With RPA's Bob Yaro (Urban Omnibus)
    • The Sad State of Transit Advocacy (2nd Ave Sagas via
    • Straphangers Campaign: The No. 7 Line is the Least Schmutzy Subway (NYT)
    • Ruth Madoff is Forced to Ride the F Train: The Horror (Post)
    • The New York State Senate Just Gets More Embarrassing (Politicker
    • Rick Lazio Proposes to Abolish the State Senate (Daily Intel)
    • It's Official: I'm Using Twitter Obsessively. Help! (@naparstek)

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