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NY: L Train Shutdown Solutions Debated at Manhattan City Council Candidates' Forum

Sept. 07--With the L train shutdown fast approaching, Manhattan City Council candidates gathered Wednesday to offer their ideas for dealing with the impending crisis. The political forum, organized by Transportation Alternatives and held a
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