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Today’s Headlines

    • The U.S. High Speed Rail Association is emerging as a lobbying force in D.C. (Roll Call)
    • Is the Justice Department investigating Rep. Don Young's (R-AK) shady Florida highway earmark? The law says they should be ... (CQ Notepad)
    • A mainstream-media look at last week's vast new study of the benefits of denser development, with obligatory skeptical libertarian (USAT)
    • Dubai unveils a cushy new transit system (LAT)
    • The congressional climate change fight could get even uglier than the health care one -- if it happens this year (Atlantic)

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