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8:41 AM EST on November 24, 2009

    • As Congress works on its new, likely infrastructure-tinged jobs bill, it's avoiding the "S" word (The Hill)
    • Speaking of stimulus, federal dollars aren't making much of an economic splash in California -- yet (C.C. Times)
    • California's senators join Schwarzenegger for a White House letter on high-speed rail (SFGate Blog)
    • Florida edges closer to filling its commuter rail funding gap (Herald)
    • Questions over safety testing of new D.C. rail extension prompt a U.S. DOT investigation (WashPost)
    • Oberstar: "Send Larry Summers back to Harvard" (MinnPost)

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