Morning Read: A Union Flips, Pay-Hike Blame Shifts, Houston Considers an NYC Option

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DC 37 voted to endorse Bill Thompson.

Howard Wolfson wants to know “what promises Mr. Thompson made” to DC 37 and “how much his promises will cost taxpayers.”

Wayne Barrett probed that question in 2005.

Michael Bloomberg’s transit plan angers a county legislator on Long Island.

The mayor in Houston wants to follow Bloomberg’s lead on term limits.

Bloomberg aides really like Twitter.

Jerry Nadler wants planes flying below 1,000 feet banned from the Hudson River.

The MTA didn’t like the labor deal the TWU offered.

The Post editorial board shifts blame for the TWU pay hikes to the MTA and David Paterson, and away from Michael Bloomberg.

Christine Quinn, Marty Markowitz and Lew Fidler endorsed Darlene Mealy for re-election.

The Manhattan DA’s race shows a shift in crime-fighting philosophies, says Errol Louis.

Gregory Floyd has a race on his hands for president of Teamsters Local 237.

The city is defending its record on the Brookfield landfill.

That bad thing with the economy is almost over.

And pictured above is Bill Thompson, who’s getting the DC 37 endorsement today.

Morning Read: A Union Flips, Pay-Hike Blame Shifts, Houston Considers an NYC Option