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Congestion Pricing in NYC: The Civil Liberties Perspective

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April 2, 2008

In a quick two-minute video, Robert Perry, the New York Civil Liberties Union‘s Legislative Director, discusses privacy concerns over New York City’s congestion pricing plan. The plan, which was just passed by a narrow margin through the city council Monday night, has the potential to wreak havoc on honest New Yorkers’ privacy rights. Even if you don’t drive, this video describes how the congestion pricing plan affects you:

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Learn more about privacy rights and congestion pricing on the NYCLU website.

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