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8:54 AM EDT on July 13, 2018

    • Maybe Cuomo Can Fix the Subway With His Inexhaustible Supply of Excuses (News, AMNY, Post)
    • Gelinas: Without a Working Subway, Kiss Rising Employment in South Bronx and Harlem Goodbye (Post)
    • Cuomo Points Finger at Senate's Speed Cam Failure: "This Is All Political Fingerpointing" (SoP)
    • Jim Dwyer Breaks Down the Latest "Feints and Fakeouts" in the Speed Cam Saga (NYT)
    • Daily News: Flanagan Must Convene Session to Pass Speed Cam Bill Before It's Too Late
    • SUV Driver Kills Valerie Razack, 63, in Crosswalk With the Walk Signal on Beach 73rd Street (News)
    • Xavier Ward Pleads Guilty to Hit-and-Run Killing of Adrian Blanc, Expected to Serve 6 Months (News)
    • Drunk Wrong-Way Driver Kills Passenger in Oncoming Vehicle on Belt Parkway (Post)
    • Parents of Luz Gonzalez Can't Risk Border Crossing to Attend Daughter's Funeral in Mexico (Bklyn Paper)
    • EDC Spending $7.5 Million on the Ferry Boats It Should Have Bought Before Launching (AMNY, NY1)
    • Alain Kaloyeros, Cuomo's Economic Development Ringleader, Heading to Prison (NYT, PoliticoNews)

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