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    • Enjoy Voting, Elections, and Democratic Freedoms While You Still Can (NYT, Gothamist)
    • Dems Could Increase Their Majority in State Senate But Still Not Win Control (News, Politico)
    • Truck Driver Kills Woman Crossing 42nd Street, No Charges Expected (News, Post)
    • The MTA Is Adding L Train Runs to Relieve Crowding, Especially on Sundays (News, Post)
    • Will We All Be Dead Before the MTA Can Run Trains More Frequently Throughout the System? (Crain's)
    • Manhattan CB 4 to DOT: West 43rd Street Is a Raceway, Do Something (DNA)
    • More on the Launch of M23 Select Bus Service (AMNY, Gothamist, NY1)
    • Manslaughter Indictment for Drunk, High Driver Who Crashed on SIE, Killing Passenger (Advance)
    • How the Generic Street Fair Lobby Got de Blasio to Abandon Street Fair Reform (NYT)
    • When You Get Around NYC With Kids, You See the Streets From a New Perspective (RPA)

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