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8:56 AM EDT on April 28, 2016

    • De Blasio's People Get Subpoenaed in Campaign Finance Probe (WSJ); Will Cuomo's? (Politico)
    • Gridlock Sam: More Than One Senate Republican May Sponsor Move NY Bill (Politico - Paywall)
    • David Weprin Ties Himself in Knots Talking About NYC Road Pricing (News)
    • Why New York Needs a "Textalyzer" Bill and How It Would Work (WNYC, NYT)
    • NY/NJ Legislators Want More Oversight of Port Authority; Christie Silent (Politico)
    • De Blasio Budget Includes $328 Million for Staten Island Ferry Boats (DNA)
    • How the MTA Is Toughening SI Railway's St. George Terminal for Future Storms (NY1)
    • In the Quest for More Parking, a Supermarket on Astoria Blvd Moved an MTA Bus Stop (TL)
    • It's Not as Simple as This Guy Makes It Seem for the City to Reclaim Control of the Subway (Crain's)
    • Mark Your Calendars for Next Week's Jane's Walks (WNYC)

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