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Today’s Headlines

7:47 AM EDT on July 21, 2009

    • Federal highway safety regulators knew that cell phone use while driving -- even on a hands-free device -- was a massive safety risk, but they hid it from Congress (NYT)
    • LaHood's stimulus tour stops in Sarasota, Florida (Herald-Trib)
    • Don't fret, New Yorkers: The $8 billion Hudson transit tunnel is on track for federal money whether or not Congress approves a transport bill this year (NJ.com)
    • Washington is approving a lot of road stimulus projects, but that doesn't mean shovels are in the ground (LAT)
    • House GOPers want to force the White House to release more details on its dealings with the domestic auto industry (CQ)

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