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Today’s Headlines

9:14 AM EST on December 15, 2009

    • MTA Finance Committee Approves Massive Cuts; Albany Still MIA (NYT, Post, News, SAS)
    • Marty "No Tolls!" Markowitz Decries "Punitive" Brooklyn Burden (Bklyn Eagle)
    • City Council Shoots Down Bloomberg-Backed Kingsbridge Armory Mall (NY1, NYT, News, GG, Crain's)
    • Senate Committee Deliberates Expulsion of Convicted Abuser Monserrate (WNYC
    • Federal Judge Orders NYPD to Release Details of RNC Operation (NY1)
    • Department of Ed. Weighs New Deal With Inspector-Bribing Bus Company (News 1, 2, NYT)
    • Is Bloomberg Out to Dismantle Community Boards? (CNG)
    • Kentucky U.S. Senate Candidate Runs on Rail Plan (Transport Politic via
    • America's "Love Affair" With the Automobile: The Thrill Is Gone (MNN)
    • Someone Tell Washington: Feds to Require Nationwide Real-Time Traffic Info (Tennesseean)

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