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    • The Election to Succeed Charlie Rangel Is Today! Politico Checks In on the Race
    • Queens Judge Rules Right of Way Law Unconstitutional -- Prior Rulings Disagree (NY1)
    • NJ Assembly Passes Gas Tax Hike, Sales Tax Cut (NJ.com)
    • Albany Failed to Pass Legislation to Enable Cost-Saving Design-Build Construction Contracts (Crain's)
    • Crain's: Get Developers to Pay for Infrastructure Instead of Bonus Plazas
    • New York's Road Gang Wants More Federal Funding for Highways (AMNY, Crain's)
    • Daily News on Calatrava PATH Station: $4.4 Billion and There's Nowhere to Sit?!
    • Drunk Off-Duty Officer From 70th Precinct Drives Into Parked Cars By Brooklyn College (DP Corner)
    • NYPD Suspends Sergeant Caught Drinking and Driving on Staten Island (Advance)
    • What People Told DNA About the City's Plans for East-West Painted Bike Lanes on 31st Ave in Queens
    • Pair of Horses Too Much for Region's Surface Transport Network to Handle (News)

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