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    • Sens. John Kerry (D-MA) and Lindsey Graham (R-SC) send a message to their colleagues: Bipartisan agreement on a climate change bill is within reach (NYT)
    • 23 members of California's congressional delegation come out cheering for the state's high-speed rail application (BizWire)
    • In the suburbs, energy-saving behavior is spreading like wildfire (NYT)
    • New York Post editorializes against any new federal stimulus legislation, especially for infrastructure (NYP)
    • Neil Young's iconic 1959 convertible is going electric (Wash Times)
    • Maryland's new DOT chief skeptical about the state's proposed $4.6 billion highway-widening project (Balt Sun)

(ed. note. Streetsblog Capitol Hill will be observing the Columbus Day holiday, but be back with a full publishing schedule tomorrow.)

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