Required Reading: March 22, 2006

Wednesday, March 22, 2006 - 09:48 AM

Corzine proposes budget shaped by "painful choices" (The Record)

NYPD to expand by 1,200 (NY Daily News)

Analysis: city downplays low pay for NY's finest (NY Daily News)

City to introduce 505 new surveillance cameras (NY Daily News)

Bush suggests next president, not he, will preside over Iraq withdrawal (Washington Post)

EPA: NY and CA have the nation's dirtiest air (NY Sun)

Herring to be reintroduced to the Bronx River (NY Times)

Washington restaurateurs lobby against ban on lobbyist lunches (LA Times)


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