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8:54 AM EST on January 4, 2017

    • De Blasio Says He'll Lobby State Legislators for More Speed Cameras (NY1)
    • New Yorkers Marvel at Their New Subway Line (NY1NYTNews, AMNY)
    • Daily News Challenges Cuomo to "Keep His Conductor Hat On"
    • Attaboys All Around for Departing Tom Prendergast (NY1)
    • Post Covers Ydanis Bill to Establish Hit-and-Run Reward Fund
    • David Greenfield Has a Real Gift for Concocting Nonsense Pet Peeve Bills (News)
    • Joe Borelli Crusades Against "Notorious" Traffic Court Judge (Advance)
    • Hermanda Booker, Killed by Drivers in Midwood, Was a Teacher Walking to Work (News, Post)
    • Health Department Staffer Will Keep His Job After Crashing City Vehicle While Drunk (Post)
    • More Everyday Motor Vehicle Mayhem: Post, DNA, Bklyn Paper, Advance
    • Trump Security Is Another Erosion of New Yorkers' Public Space (Gothamist)

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