Cuomo: ‘No Reason to Panic’

    Image #: 19953559    epa03454687 A man waits in line on 10th avenue to get gasoline for his car at a gas station as the city tries to recover from the after effects of Hurricane Sandy in New York, New York, USA, 01 November 2012. Much of the city's transit system is still not operating forcing people to drive and straining the roads and bridges, as well as the gasoline supply.  EPA/JUSTIN LANE /LANDOV

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    New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo insisted on Friday there is "no reason to panic" over gasoline, but he conceded that he will waive the city's tax and registration required for tankers to enter the New York harbor. Cuomo promised New Yorkers that millions of gallons of fuel would be arriving Friday. “There should be a real change in condition, and people should see it quickly,” he said. Federal authorities have also waived a law that was limiting fuel vessels allowed into the area.

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