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    • Harvard economist Ed Glaeser takes a look at the sprawl-inducing home buyer's tax credit, a policy only "a real estate agent could love" (NYT Blog)
    • Confirmation of what you heard here last month: The No. 2 Senate Democrat thinks a gas tax needs to be on the table to fund a transportation bill next year (Dow Jones)
    • An in-depth look at the serious challenges facing American high-speed rail (Wilson Quarterly)
    • Aw, Senate environment committee chairman Barbara Boxer (D-CA) and senior Republican Jim Inhofe (OK) are really close friends ... (Politico)
    • ... even though Inhofe is still taunting Democrats over his party's climate change boycott (Media Matters)
    • Federal transit regulators give final approval to new transit lines in Denver (Denver Biz Jrnl)
    • Seattle NIMBYs take aim at high-speed rail plan (News-Trib)

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