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8:54 AM EDT on July 20, 2018

    • Senate GOP Speed Cam Strategy: Insult People Who Lost Everything to Dangerous Driving (News)
    • Deborah Glick Talks With WNYC About Speed Cam Obstruction
    • Watchdogs Want Reforms to Prohibit MTA CEO Moonlighting (Politico)
    • With 7 Train Backdrop, Nixon Hammers Cuomo for MTA Neglect (News)
    • De Blasio Won't Let Judge Derail His Big Oil Suit Stunt (NYT)
    • Now That He Has Cover From the Mayor Van Bramer Is All About a Safer 43rd/Skillman (QTrib)
    • Citi Bike Does Not Reach Neighborhoods Where Many SNAP Recipients Live (Politico)
    • New York's Headphone Laws Codify Traffic Violence Victim-Blaming (NYT)
    • Truck Driver Severely Injures Man Walking on Amsterdam Avenue; NYPD, Rag Smear Victim
    • Health and Safety Concerns a Footnote as Fresh Direct Opens Mott Haven Depot (Bx Times)
    • Motorcycle Fatalities in East Harlem (Post) and Laurelton (QChron)

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