Morning Brief: December 20
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Party sunny, with a high of 51. Patchy fog tonight. [Full forecast]
NEED TO KNOW
New Jersey Gov. Christie agrees to in-state tuition for undocumented immigrants. [New York Times]
New York City Council votes to ban foam food containers and restrict e-cigarette smoking. [New York Times]
Court has revived 9/11 victims' case against Saudi Arabia. [New York Post]
A number of subway lines slated for service changes this weekend. [DNA info]
De Blasio says there will be many full day pre-K and after school programs next fall. [DNA info]
8:05 a.m. — The John Gambling Show with Mayor Mike airs (WOR Radio - 710 AM)
11 a.m. — Visits Bard College High School
12 p.m. — Rides 7 Subway extension with MTA officials and local leaders
Mayor-elect de Blasio has no public events scheduled.
Knicks at Philadelphia 76ers; 7 p.m.
Islanders at Rangers; 7 p.m.
ON STAGE TONIGHT
WFUV Presents Thievery Corporation; 8 p.m. at The Capitol Theatre [More information]
1985: Pope John Paul II announces the start of World Youth Day.
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