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    • Chaos in the Capitol as Lawmakers Sign Off on Cuomo Budget (NYT, WNYC, News, NY1)
    • At Least Mayor Mike Can Take Consolation in the Expired Millionaire's Tax (Gotham Gazette)
    • The Obama Energy Policy: A Little Something for Everyone (TransNat)
    • Bridges in New York State Not Getting Any Younger (MTR, Crain's via T4A)
    • The Taxi of Tomorrow Could Slurp More Fuel Than the Taxi of Today (Gotham Gazette)
    • Bob Kappstatter: New Target-Anchored Mall in East Bronx to Host 885 Parking Spots (News)
    • Straphangers Campaign Finds Clarity on the 5/6 Line (Post, AMNY, SAS)
    • NY1 Profiles the Future Fresh Kills Greenway
    • Rapper Jim Jones Caught Driving in SoHo Bus Lane With Suspended License (Post)
    • Investigators Say Driver in Bronx Bus Crash Was Speeding by 20 MPH (NYT, WNYC)

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