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8:31 AM EDT on June 16, 2010

    • Obama: Ask Not What You Can Do to Wean Your Country Off Fossil Fuels (NYT, Grist)
    • Operators of Yankee Stadium Parking Garages Owe Millions in Back Rent (News)
    • Staten Islanders Embrace Car-Free Days in Port Richmond (Advance)
    • CB 18, Civic Association Cranks Howl Over Bay Ridge and Canarsie Bike Routes (News)
    • Assembly Member Marge Markey Wants Cameras to Police Maspeth Truck Traffic (COMET)
    • Queens CM Dan Halloran Confronts TEA for Reckless Driving, Gets a Ticket (News)
    • Motorcyclist Run Over and Killed on Atlantic Ave in Boerum Hill (News, B'stoner)
    • Bicycle Times Explains Why Justice for Fallen Cyclists Is So Hard to Come By
    • In Black Hawk, Colorado, Anyone Riding a Bike Is Probably an Outlaw (Denver Post)
    • The Lowly Subway Rat Gets Its Day in the News Cycle (NYT, News, Post, AMNY, WNYC)

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