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8:57 AM EST on December 4, 2014

    • Protests in Streets, Highways, and GCT After Grand Jury Refuses to Indict in Garner Case (NYT, Capital)
    • Jill Abramson: Lack of Consequences for Deadly Drivers Only Adds to Pain of Victims' Families (Our Town)
    • Meanwhile, Long NYT Profile of Cy Vance's View of Law and Order Doesn't Even Mention Traffic Justice
    • Golden and Felder Propose Stronger Penalties for Deadly Unauthorized Use of Vehicle (News)
    • Nassau Cuts Safety Cams to Four Hours on School Days; Speeding Is OK 20 Hours Each Day (Newsday)
    • Across the Border in Suffolk, Red Light Cams Have Reduced Injury Crashes by 10 Percent (Newsday)
    • With TZB Toll Hike on Horizon, Cuomo Donor Milstein Steps Down as Thruway Chair (TU, News)
    • Uber, Cabbies Come Under Fire at City Council Oversight Hearing (NYT, Crain's, Post, WPIX)
    • If a Trucking Company Wants to Avoid Safety Penalties, It Can Just Change Its Name (TU)
    • Alex Matthiessen Sits Down With City & State to Talk About the Move New York Toll Reform Plan

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