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Wednesday’s Headlines: Andrew, Bill and Jumaane Edition

12:01 AM EST on February 27, 2019

Yesterday was the much-loved busy news day, with the mayor begrudgingly admitting he supports congestion pricing, the governor unveiling an entirely new level of bureaucracy to run the MTA that he's run so poorly the last eight years, and Council Member Jumaane Williams finally earning his rising star status by winning the Public Advocate special election.

Here's how it all looked:

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