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Manhattan DA Will End Criminal Prosecution Of Fare Beaters This Fall

Subway turnstile jumpers will no longer face criminal prosecution in the borough of Manhattan starting this fall, under a new initiative from Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance, the DA announced this morning. [ more › ]
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