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    • With Long Island Recount Over, Republicans Officially Retake State Senate (News)
    • Upstate GOPers Want Extra Highway Spending (Times-Union)
    • Meanwhile, Skelos and Long Island Republicans Fight to Repeal MTA Payroll Tax (Newsday)
    • Paul Steely White Explains Why He Believes in Bike Lanes (News)
    • ... But the Editorial Board Has Some Questions For Janette Sadik-Khan (News)
    • Vacca Endorses Speeding Cams, Suggests Locations for 20 MPH Zones (WSJ)
    • NYC Goes After $700 Million in Unpaid Parking Tickets (NYT)
    • Port Authority Likely to Spend ARC Money on Repairs, Not New Projects (WSJ)
    • TLC Report Sees Handicapped-Accessible Cabs as Wasteful, Pushes Better Dispatching (News)
    • Hudson Valley Starts Thinking About Smart Growth (LoHud)
    • Station Agents No Help With Damaged MetroCards, Says Pete Donohue (News)

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