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Today’s Headlines

7:48 AM EDT on September 9, 2009

    • Regional partnerships are helping to maximize the impact of federal stimulus dollars (TNR)
    • Arizona craziness: Traffic safety officials allege man is evading 37 photo-enforced speeding tickets by wearing a monkey mask (AZ Republic)
    • Is suburbia the real by-product of government regulation? (Yglesias, Ryan Avent)
    • National Transportation Safety Board bans staff from using cell phones behind the wheel (CNN)
    • The first study of the congressional climate bill's benefits -- not just its costs -- shows that they're pretty massive (WSJ)
    • Bad economy boosts local governments by lowering the amounts of construction bids (AP)
    • U.S. airlines are racking up a string of delay reductions (WSJ)

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