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8:57 AM EDT on March 31, 2014

    • Defying Legislature, Cuomo Raids $30 Million From MTA in State Budget (CapNY, AMNYTL, MTR)
    • Speed Cams for NYC and LI Stripped From State Budget (CapNY)
    • Post Picks Up on Speed Cams, Finds They've Issued 11,715 Tickets; NY Mag Focuses on Revenue
    • Christie Suggests Splitting Up Port Authority; Cuomo Open to Structural Changes (WNYCCapNY)
    • Drunk Driver Gets 90 Days for 2011 Death After Manslaughter Acquittal (News, Gothamist)
    • TLC Inspector Dragged by Hit-and-Run Livery Driver in Jamaica Over Street Hail (News, WCBS, WPIX)
    • TA's Paul White Plays Hardball With Alta Over Citi Bike (News); Editorial in News Wants to Play Harder
    • Residents Push DEP for Ped Crossing Over Major Deegan to Bridge Van Cortlandt Park (NY1, WCBS)
    • What Could New NYPD IG Philip Eure Reform? Crash Investigations, For Starters (Gotham Gazette)
    • One in Three Henry Hudson Bridge Drivers Without E-ZPass Don't Pay the Cashless Toll (LoHud)
    • C&S Looks at How State Will Fund MTA's "800-Pound Gorilla" Capital Program
    • Brooklyn Law Student Sues NYPD for False Arrest After Questioning Cops Parked in Bus Stop (News)

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