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Irina Ivanova


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Irina Ivanova is an independent journalist based in New York. Previously a culture editor at The Indypendent, she has researched and reported for Wayne Barrett at Newsweek/The Daily Beast, written for Mother Jones, and freelanced on a variety of projects. She is currently pursuing a masters degree in Journalism at the City University of New York.

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Straphangers still have plenty of gripes, but many passengers begrudgingly acknowledge how much they depend on the subway system. Call it a love-hate relationship.



Fifteen months after a move to strengthen enforcement against unauthorized rentals, the number of citations is up, but complaints continue. Some say the fines are too low. Others believe the law is unfair.