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8:51 AM EST on December 1, 2014

    • Uber Eroding the Wealth of Taxi Medallion Cartels (NYT)
    • Fernando Mateo and the New York Post Don't Want the City to Enforce the New Speed Limit
    • After Failing to Investigate the Size of the New Tappan Zee, the Times Frets Over Toll Hikes
    • Chris Ward: Let's Tax Driving (CapNY)
    • De Blasio Bill to Ban Horses in Central Park Opens the Door to Replacing Them With Cars (CapNY)
    • One-Way Tolling on the Verrazano Bridge Is Literally Killing People (Villager)
    • A Tri-State Thanksgiving Wishlist (MTR)
    • Andrew Hevesi Wants to Give Pedestrians a Head Start Crossing Queens Boulevard (QChron)
    • Driver Struck Woman on Central Park South Friday Morning; NYPD: No Criminality Suspected (DNA)
    • When Riding a Bike Is a Lifeline (NYT)
    • David Weprin: Putting Teens on Community Boards "Belittles the Position" (AP)

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