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8:59 AM EDT on July 9, 2013

    • Observer: Spitzer vs. Stringer Comptroller Race Creates a "Straphanger's Dilemma"
    • Molinaro Wants To Eliminate Two-Way Streets in St. George, Add More S.I. Wheel Parking (Advance)
    • Officer Who Killed Felix Coss May Have Been on Phone (DNA, News)
    • Anthony Weiner Attempts to Become the Pro-Bike Candidate (CapNY)
    • Bicycling Is Booming in Dublin, Thanks to Robust Political Support (MTR)
    • Driver Who Injured Woman on Coney Island Avenue Was Fleeing TLC Enforcement (Ditmas Park Corner)
    • Hotel Set to Replace Chelsea Parking Garage (Crain's)
    • When Do Online Threats of Violence Against Cyclists Cross the Line? (IVM)
    • Alex Marshall: Bike-Share Is Already Changing Behavior for the Better (RPA)

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