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8:53 AM EST on December 8, 2009

    • Huge Gap Opens in MTA Budget as Payroll Tax Comes Up Short (NYT, News, NY1, Post, SAS)
    • Albany Messed Up Payroll Tax Projections, But Who Will the Public Blame? (SAS)
    • From the Beginning, Cellular Industry Has Marketed Devices to Drivers (NYT)
    • EPA Issues Final Ruling: Greenhouse Gases Can Be Regulated as a Threat to Human Health (NYT)
    • The Hipster-Hasid Alliance: More on Yesterday's Guerrilla Bike Lane Striping (News)
    • Post: Unofficial Paint Job on Bedford Ave the Work of "Bicycle-Riding Vigilantes"
    • TWU Elects New Leadership, Vowing Tougher Stance Than Toussaint Regime (News)
    • Cargo Bike Culture Comes to America (NPR)
    • Forget About Reckless Driving; NYPD Goes on Kiddie-Seat Ticket Blitz (Post)
    • PLGers Ask DOT to Calm Traffic at Ocean and Parkside Intersection (Hawthorne Street)

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