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    • Infrastructure advocate and Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell (D) says the Senate climate bill is "impossible to pass" (Politico)
    • More fallout from the AP's attempt to link transportation stimulus money with job creation (ARTBA Press, SGA Blog, Q-C Times)
    • LaHood vows that high-speed rail work will help Michigan -- which played locally with the headline "Michigan will qualify" for federal HSR aid (Det. News)
    • U.S. Chamber chief, on Congress' transportation inaction: "I'm not sure they've punted, but they've done a lot of things that haven't helped" (Log. Mgmt)
    • Would a federal energy-only bill, as opposed to cap-and-trade climate regulation, do any good? (WSJ Blogs)
    • Atlanta state lawmakers abandon push to raise sales tax to pay for transport (AJC Blogs)
    • Forget about congressional inaction on the gas tax ... in Alaska, Sarah Palin's successor wants to suspend fuel fees entirely (

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