The Morning Read: September 20, 2006

Former DNC Chair Terry McAuliffe will run Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign if she runs for the White House, The Hill reports.

The Post hears Bloomberg 08 chatter in California, where the Mayor is traveling today.

Train and bus service may get cut so the MTA can save about $50 million that would mostly pay for debt services.

A guideline to show coroners how to identify possible Ground Zero-related deaths is released.

The law giving control of public schools to the mayor sunsets in 2009, and Mayor Bloomberg is working to make sure it is renewed.

The Post editors call Mayor Bloomberg’s anti-poverty plan “foolhardy” but Newt Gingrich endorses it.

Some companies that worked in the World Trade Center say they would move into the Freedom Tower. George Pataki will not ask the head of the Port Authority to resign after he criticized the Freedom Tower.

Jim McGreevey’s says his book is “rigorously truthful.”

Carl Woodward defends Bob Woodward during a reading of All The President’s Men.

And now on YouTube: anti-drug commercials from Washington.

— Azi Paybarah

The Morning Read: September 20, 2006