Weekly Web Wrap
August 6th, 2010

State Ends Prison Gerrymandering
(Wall Street Journal)
New Investigative Journalism Publication Coming
(Broadcasting & Cable via NYConvergence)
New Solar Powered Carousel in Chelsea
Harlem’s High Line
Understanding Parole Revocations
(Re-thinking Reentry)
How the City Decided on Subsidies for Big Firms
A Transportation Agenda for the Next Governor
(Tri-State Transportation Campaign)
Photo Essay on Delivery of New Train Cars
(Second Avenue Sagas)
Non-Partisan Elections Back?
The Good and Bad of the Budget’s Final Piece
(Citizens Budget Commission)
Study Finding Bias in Police Shootings is Flawed
(City Journal)
Disputing the Homeless Department’s Fact Sheet
(Coalition for the Homeless)

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