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8:59 AM EDT on May 13, 2010

    • More on Kerry and Lieberman's Climate Bill (NYT)
    • Who Is Sgt. Tim Horohoe? A Cyclist Assaulter Who Still Has a Badge (NYT)
    • Homeland Security Cuts Transit Safety Aid to NYC (SAS, News)
    • Judge Questions Whether MTA Can Lay Off Remaining Station Agents (WNYC)
    • Say It Ain't So, Fred Wilpon -- Mets Thinking About Building Soccer Stadium, More Parking (NYT)
    • What Can Be Done About the Chinatown Bus Glut? (Gotham Gazette)
    • Pedro Espada Draws Second Primary Challenger (City Room)
    • DUMBO Farmers Market Moves to Pearl Street Plaza -- a Reclaimed Parking Lot (Post)
    • NYT Sounds Skeptical That Bikes Belong on Revamped High Bridge
    • When a Barnes Dance Isn't a Step Up for Pedestrians (GGW)

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