Check the High Times Activism Center for info on our upcoming Protester's Guide to the Republican National Convention. NY Daily News reports: New York may stop in its tracks the night President Bush accepts his party's nomination in Madison Square Garden. While Bush is in the convention center Sept. 2, the Secret Service wants all Amtrak, NJTransit and Long Island Rail Road Service to cease, the Daily News has learned. For now, the six subway lines that run alongside the Garden on Seventh and Eighth Aves. will remain open but won't stop at 34th St., government officials told the News. There is still debate whether to demand the subway lines also be fully halted when Bush takes the stage that Thursday, the last day of the four-day GOP convention. The New York Police Department, which is working with the Secret Service, denied any final decisions had been made.