Weekly Web Wrap
March 13th, 2010

Bringing Basements to Code
(Urban Omnibus)
Bloomberg Ranks 20th Most Powerful in World
(Forbes)
Albany’s Crime Spree
(The Weekly Standard)
The State’s Sugar Campaign
(The American Prospect)
Paterson Typical of State’s Political Culture
(Newsweek)
Ground Zero Workers at Higher Risk of Heart Disorder
(Bloomberg)
Atlantic Yards: Making Dangerous Streets Worse
(Tri-State Transportation Campaign)
Albany’s Wage Theft Bill
(DMI Blog)
DiNapoli Proposes Ending ‘Backdoor Borrowing’
(NY Fiscal Watch)
Thoughts on Snow Removal
(Regional Plan Association)
The Teachers Union and the Budget
(League of Women Voters of New York State)
State Income Taxes by Place of Residence
(Room Eight)
Twenty-One Local Housing Developments to be Federalized
(IBO Web Log)
Cartoonist on Paterson Scandals
(Adam Zyglis)
How Empty Ships Led to Paved Roads
(Core77)
Lessons From Newsday’s Paywall
(paidContent.org via NYConvergence)
Removing ‘Versus’ from the Education Reform Dialogue
(The Innovative Educator)

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