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After Blackout, New Yorkers Return to Work

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After Blackout, New Yorkers Return to Work

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After Blackout, New Yorkers Return to Work

After Blackout, New Yorkers Return to Work

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The morning commute goes as planned with no major problems for millions of New Yorkers on the first Monday after last week's blackout. And trash collection returns to schedule. Mayor Michael Bloomberg calls for an investigation into how the blackout was able to disrupt parts of the city's 911 emergency-dispatch system. Hear NPR's Margot Adler.

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