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    • DiNapoli OKs First TZB Bonds But Still Has No Idea How Cuomo Will Pay for Bridge (Journal News)
    • Will De Blasio or Quinn Let Chicago, Memphis, Milwaukee, Etc. Lap NYC on Bike Lanes? (Bklyn Spoke)
    • Brooklyn DA Charles Hynes, 77, Is Running for Four More Years (NYT)
    • MTA to City Council: Slowing Down Trains Not an Option to Reduce Subway Deaths (NY1)
    • A James Vacca Platitude and $2.25 Will Get You a Ride on the Subway (@TWU100)
    • Stay Classy, TWU (DNA)
    • Ben Kabak: Two of Three TWU Subway Safety Proposals Make Sense
    • Seen This Movie Before? Unions Back Stadium in Flushing Meadows Park Because "Jobs" (DNA)
    • Bronx Woman in Serious Condition After Driver Strikes Her at Holland and Lydig Avenues (DNA)
    • Pick-Up Truck Driver Crashes Into Occupied Car Parked Outside Pratt (DNA)
    • Pot, Meet Kettle: Steve Cuozzo Weighs in on Community Board "Insanity" (Post)

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