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    • Albany Reaches a Budget Deal That Empowers Cuomo in Future Budget Talks (Politico)
    • Speeding Driver Kills 21-Year-Old Man, Injures 5 Others in Brownsville (Gothamist, Post 1, 2, 3)
    • Elderly SUV Driver Veers Onto Astoria Sidewalk, Injures Man and Smashes Into a Building (Post)
    • Stoned Unlicensed Box Truck Driver Critically Injures Girl in Williamsburg (DNA)
    • The Times Delves Into Penn Station Dysfunction
    • NJ Lawmakers Say They'll Get to the Bottom of Derailments at Penn (Politico)
    • Schumer's Using This Opportunity to Press Trump for Infrastructure Money (AMNY, Post)
    • Concrete Ties Are No Cure-All for Derailments (WNYC)
    • DOT Installs Ped Safety Upgrades at Jamaica Ave and Jackie Robinson Parkway (News12)
    • Drivers Get a Reminder to Stop for Pedestrians at Cadman Plaza East and Red Cross Place (Bklyn Paper)

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