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    • Feels So Good: Senate Democrats to Reunite (WSJ, CapitalLoHud, NewsObserver)
    • Cuomo Signs Bill Authorizing Additional NYC Speed Cameras (WNYC)
    • Several Good Names on Cuomo's MTA "Reinvention Commission" (Crain's)
    • City Council Approves Budget With Unanimous Vote (News, Post)
    • Silverstein Strikes Deal to Finish 3 World Trade With Private Funding (NYT)
    • Bratton Envisions Tablets and Subway Car Cameras for Real-Time NYPD Monitoring (News)
    • NYPD Chases: Plea Deal Offered in Ariel Russo Case (News); BK Pursuit Ends With Fatality (Post)
    • Vaccaro: Video Shows NYPD Speeding Toward Ryo Oyamada With Lights Off (Gothamist)
    • Inwood Restaurants Use Valets to Cruise for Free Curbside Parking (News)
    • Zephyr Teachout Takes a Swipe at Cuomo's Record on Transit (Capital)
    • Mayor's Office Pitches Walkability, Ped Plazas, and Citi Bike for Dem Convention Bid (NYT)

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