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8:50 AM EST on March 7, 2018

    • Authorities Question Dorothy Bruns's Fitness to Drive, Now That She's Killed People (Post, News)
    • New Yorkers Mourn, Demand Steps to Prevent Further Loss of Life (Voice, NYT, AMNYWCBS)
    • Gelinas: New York Politicians Have to Get Over the Notion That Driving Is Sacrosanct (CJ)
    • Ruthie Ann Blumenstein's Condition Upgraded; Unborn Child Survived Collision (NY1)
    • Cuomo Wants MTA Board Congestion Pricing Vote (Politico); Related: Uber Steps Up (News)
    • The MTA Is Aiming to Smother the Freedom Ticket (AMNY)
    • Advocate for the Poor Calls Out de Blasio for Inaction on Discount Fares (News)
    • Had to Happen: Assembly Members Infected by Hyperloop Hype (Politico)
    • Gonzalez Pursues Murder Charge Against Driver Who Rammed Bushwick Pedestrians, Killing 1
    • When Will DOT Restore Pavement Markings on Deadly West End Avenue? (Rag)

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