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Today’s Headlines

7:48 AM EDT on October 6, 2009

    • Big business interests roll out new campaigns in favor of congressional action on climate change (Politico)
    • LaHood's message to Florida: Get serious about funding commuter rail, or forget about having a slice of the Obama administration's high-speed rail pie (Sentinel)
    • Federal Transit Administration is hard at work on a new proposal that would set minimum safety standards for state-level rail systems (WTOP)
    • New Jersey Transit continues to push for federal legislation helping local agencies avoid getting slammed by Wall Street tax shelter deals (NJbiz.com)
    • President Obama signs an executive order implementing energy-saving sustainability initiatives at federal agencies (WH Press)
    • Building America's Future picks a new president (Infrastructure Inv.)

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