A new "ban" would allow 20 areas citywide thick with billboards
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Suburbanites hold the cards in approving a countywide sales-tax increase for mass transit
City department of vicious circles
A $40 billion promise fuels suspicion of an agency that has lied large before
The "temporary" sales tax would last 30 years. It's already set Eastside against Westside
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Miraculously, our subways use an honor system. The pencil pushers just hate that
Eleven transit honchos were barred from voting due to money conflicts. So they drew straws.
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