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8:51 AM EST on February 22, 2017

    • Maxed-Out NYC Subway Saw Ridership Drop Last Year (AMNY)
    • Trottenberg: City Will Fight Cuomo MTA Budget Raid (AMNY)
    • What's Going on With the Utica Avenue Subway Study? (Gotham Gazette)
    • More Evidence That DOT Can Bypass Community Boards When It Chooses (Brooklyn Spoke)
    • 122nd Precinct Arrests "Reckless" Kids on Bikes in Midst of SI Freakout (Advance 1, 2)
    • Staten Island Precincts Issuing More Speeding Tickets Than Last Year (Advance)
    • Cab Drivers Protest TLC Fees and License Points System (NY1)
    • State Agencies Ordered to Crank Out Pro-Cuomo Propaganda ... (Post)
    • ... And the Leader Shows How It's Done: AMNYPost
    • De Blasio and Cuomo Are More Alike Than They Realize (News)

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