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9:00 AM EST on January 29, 2015

    • Speaker's Race: Nolan, Lentol Jump In; Morelle, Heastie Apparent Frontrunners (Observer, Crain's)
    • Keith Wright (News, Capital) and Bill de Blasio Back Heastie (WPIX)
    • Could Assembly Be Reformed in Wake of Silver Scandal? (News, AP, C&S)
    • Post Pens Vintage Story About "Controversial" Uptown Citi Bike Expansion; UWS Meeting Tonight
    • Cross-Harbor Freight Plan Would Cut Region's Truck Traffic, But Bay Ridge CB Is Skeptical (Bklyn Paper)
    • Cuomo's Subway Snow Shutdown: TWU (WSJ) and Tish James (Observer) vs. Gelinas (City Journal)
    • The Times Has Questions About the Shutdown
    • Cuomo Oblivious to NYC's Transit-Dependent Subway Riders (Medium)
    • Citi Bike Took Bikes Off the Street; Some Stations Knocked Out by Storm (bikeshareNYC)
    • Staten Island Woman Charged with Vehicular Manslaughter and DWI for Killing Another Driver (Advance)
    • Remember Cuomo's Willets Point AirTrain? Best to Ignore It (2nd Ave Sagas, Ped Observations)

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