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    • What could the Massachusetts Senate race portend for the Democrats' economic agenda, including their infrastructure-rich jobs bill? (Atlantic Blogs)
    • New research shows that Texas students are more likely to miss school for health reasons when air pollution climbs -- even within legal limits ... (Star-Telegram)
    • ... meanwhile, the state is resigned to missing out on the bulk of the White House's high-speed rail funds (Morn News)
    • Two Washington state lawmakers deliver a thorough takedown of the AP's attempt at transportation stimulus analysis (News-Trib)
    • In Maryland, enthusiasm for the Obama administration's new transit rule change is tempered by the knowledge that new funding remains stalled (Balt. Sun)
    • Aaron Renn, a.k.a. The Urbanophile, takes an outsider's look at the Portland phenomenon (Oregonian)
    • One local urban planner calls for Charlotte to recommit to its commuter rail network (Observer)

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