Oberstar’s Transportation Unveiling Moved to Thursday

Through a post on his Twitter feed, House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Chairman Jim Oberstar (D-MN) reveals that his release of an outline for the next federal transportation bill has been pushed back by a day.

The informal betting pool on the date that legislative language will emerge continues apace …

Late Update: It seems there are two briefings to unveil Oberstar’s draft: one tomorrow and one on Thursday. We’ll keep you posted.

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