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    • By Taking Bill to Albany, Bloomberg Avoided Taxi Lobby's Powerful Hold on City Council (NYT)
    • Yassky and Goldsmith Make the Case for Livery Street Hails With Bill Stuck in Senate (Post 12)
    • Albany Deal on Rent Regulation, Property Tax Cap to Shape Development Patterns (NYT)
    • Over Seven Hours, No Tickets for Fake "New York State Numismatic Agency" Placard (News)
    • Jason Gay: The Bikelash Couldn't Overcome the Facts On the Ground (WSJ)
    • Smith/9th Street Station Closed for Repairs for Next Nine Months (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Decreased Demand Leads to Manhattan Bus Cuts During Rush Hour (DNAinfo)
    • Skeleton Speed Boards First Deployed in Sunset Park, Elmhurst (NY1)
    • LI Bus Labor Contracts May Still Hold After Nassau Privatizes Services (Newsday)
    • Teen Assaults Bus Driver After Her Dog Not Allowed on Bus (News)
    • Meeks, Schumer, Gillibrand Fight Against Development at St. Alban's Veterans Hospital (News)

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