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Today’s Headlines

7:50 AM EST on December 11, 2009

    • LaHood says Obama administration should replicate the first stimulus law's ethics limits for its next economic recovery legislation (AP)
    • House passes massive spending bill that includes big transportation policy budget moves (AP)
    • Members of Congress pushing to make more transit networks wired for cell service (The Hill)
    • Washington D.C.'s transit authority heading for management shakeup after castigation on Capitol Hill (WashPost)
    • New Jersey's new governor is on the spot for deciding to expand transportation bonding (Star-Ledger)
    • Providence, RI, eyes its own streetcar network with federal aid ... (Prov Biz News)
    • ... as does Charlotte, NC (Observer)

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