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9:01 AM EST on March 2, 2010

    • To neutralize Bunning's one-man filibuster, Reid weighs calling up a new long-term extension of unemployment insurance ... but what of the transportation funding shutdown? (Fox News)
    • DE Senate hopeful Castle vows to help the northeast corridor secure more high-speed rail aid (DE Online)
    • Digital billboards: the new front in battles against distracted driving (NYT)
    • All states meeti the stimulus law's deadline for obligating 100% of their highway money (DOT Blog)
    • How the federal home weatherization effort epitomizes the risk of the Senate jobs bill's inattention to urban fiscal problems ... (TNR's The Avenue)
    • ... meanwhile, the president prepares to trumpet weatherization today as a job-creator (Bloomberg)
    • New Jersey's guv's transportation commissioner nominee opposes gas-tax hike (Inquirer)
    • A Seattle-based take on the relationship between transport reform and health reform (S. Times)

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