Weekly Web Wrap
July 10th, 2009

  • Debate Surrounding Closing of Schools on Muslim Holidays
    (The New Republic)
  • Bloomberg Articulates Need for Paid Sick Days
    (DMI Blog)
  • Radio Shack Levied New Sales Tax Before State Approval
    (Consumerist)
  • Should Transit Be Free?
    (Reuters Blogs via Planetizen)
  • What Data Should the City Make Public, What Should Be Done With It?
    (NYC Big Apps Ideas)
  • Back to Square One on Senate Reform?
    (ReformNY)
  • How Has Post 9/11 Security Affected Public Space?
    (Metropolis Magazine)
  • Liu Rejects Claim Politics Held Up Popular Bill of Comptroller Opponent
    (Queens Campaigner)
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