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    • The Yes Men follow up on their New York Post prank by posing as the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, and the media takes the bait (Mother Jones)
    • LaHood announces a $341 million loan for a direct freight tunnel to the Port of Miami (JOC)
    • An editorial board picks up on the imbalance between tax-credit subsidies for parking versus transit (Courant)
    • Among the ideas under consideration for a "stealth stimulus" of new economic-recovery proposals: an extension of the new homebuyer's tax credit and extra tax refunds for unprofitable companies. More infrastructure isn't on this list ... (Time)
    • Congressional earmarking slows down the Department of Energy's progress on new green R&D (TNR's Avenue)
    • As the recession takes root, a closer look at America's 10 poorest cities (ABC News)
    • Environmental advocates concerned that California's new pay-as-you-drive insurance plan is toothless (Streetsblog LA)
    • A recap of last week's citizen lobbying day on transportation reform and public health (T4A Blog)
    • A Q&A with Gabe Klein, D.C.'s progressive transportation chief -- and star of his own Streetfilm (DCmud)

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