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Today’s Headlines

9:43 AM EDT on July 21, 2010

    • Climate Bill at a Crossroads; Dems to Decide Thursday Whether to Push Forward (Politico, The Hill)
    • Good News: Damaged Gulf Well Appears Stable (Philadelphia Inquirer)
    • Obama Encourages Greener Commutes for Feds (Washington Post)
    • Q&A with T4America Director James Corless (Bike Portland)
    • At the Awkward Intersection of Transit and Religion (Infrastructurist)
    • Minneapolis Eyes Downtown Streetcar Revival (Minnesota Daily)
    • Gov. Rendell Gets Flak Over Transportation Plan (Post-Gazette)
    • “Baby” Vehicle Registration Fee Could Benefit Transit in San Francisco (Examiner)
    • Does Air Pollution Up Suicide Risk? (Press TV)
    • This Bears Repeating: Car Infrastructure Is Not the Product of the Free Market (Yglesias)

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