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    • Cuomo's Penn Station Announcement Underwhelms, Mostly (2ASWNYC, NYT, Politico, WSJ)
    • Upstate Highway Program Would Take Five Years; No Increase in TZB Tolls (NYT)
    • Has Cuomo Read "The Power Broker" All the Way to the End? (@2AvSagas)
    • Ritchie Torres Wants to Make Community Boards Representative of Communities (Gazette)
    • Rodriguez, Levine, and Andy Cohen See Demand for Hudson River Ferries (DNANews)
    • City Island Residents Wish Visitors Would Leave Their Cars at Home (Crain's)
    • Cab Drivers Are Sexually Assaulting Female Passengers, and Bratton Says "Buddy Up" (Post 1, 2)
    • Family Settles Suit Against SI Hit-and-Run Driver Who Killed Child and Injured Sister (Advance)
    • Tom Wrobleski on Cuomo Toll Cuts: Gimme Gimme Gimme (Advance)
    • Chris Christie Is Strangling New Jersey Transit (Bloomberg)
    • Lawmakers Vow to Clean Up Albany -- Seriously This Time! (NYT, Politico)

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