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    • The Senate jobs bill, if it passes by March 1, could give states a temporary reprieve from last year's rescission of $8.7 billion in transportation funding (JOC)
    • A closer look at the conservative opposition to Florida Gov. Crist's support for commuter rail (Ledger)
    • A rallying cry for the Washington D.C. region to commit to its transit system (GGW)
    • Schwarzenegger's newfangled plan to raid transit funding raises alarm in California (Streetsblog SF)
    • The case against Richard Florida (Amer. Prospect); a response from a former Streetsblogger (Ryan Avent)
    • Dog walkers: the new livable-communities indicator species? (Richard Layman via Ezra Klein)

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