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7:47 AM EDT on July 20, 2009

    • Another analysis reveals that U.S. DOT road money isn't being routed first to economically distressed areas (AP)
    • Why not institute a National Design Policy for housing? (NYT)
    • Between D.C. suburbs and Baltimore, Maryland governor is pulling double shifts in the transit aid hunt (WaPo)
    • Brookings' Robert Puentes and Adie Tomer explore how current road funding formulas shortchange bigger, bluer states (TNR)
    • The 10 most dangerous foods to eat while driving, courtesy of the insurance industry (Autopia)
    • Inside the White House's meticulous climate lobbying push (Politico)

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