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9:01 AM EST on December 21, 2011

    • Cuomo OKs Expanding Legal Street Hails With New Class of Cabs (NYT, 2nd Ave Sagas, News 1, 2)
    • MTA Board: Budget's Too Tight to Restore Any 2010 Service Cuts (NY1)
    • Moody's Doubts Cuomo Will Find the Money to Make Up for His MTA Funding Cut (Transpo Nation)
    • Truck Driver Hits and Kills 73-Year-Old Man in Gramercy; NYPD: "No Criminality" (DNA)
    • Brooklyn Paper Picks Up the Story of NYPD's Botched Investigation Into Mathieu Lefevre's Death
    • Report: NYC Region Pays 72 Percent of NY State Taxes, Receives 58 Percent of Albany Spending (Lohud)
    • Will Cornell's Roosevelt Island Campus Be an Urban Place or Corbusian Crap? (Cap'n Transit)
    • Ladies and Gentlemen, Your Moment of Schadenfreude (NYT, Post, News, WSJ)
    • ...And Then There Was One Amigo (News)
    • Out With Kruger, in With Lew? (Post)

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