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Today’s Headlines

10:13 AM EDT on July 22, 2010

    • Climate Bill Forecast: Cloudy (Politico, Rolling Stone)
    • Study: $80 Billion Needed to Get America's Existing Transit Systems Up to Snuff (The Hill)
    • Storm Brewing in the Gulf Could Delay Spill Containment Efforts (Washington Post)
    • Meanwhile, House Dems Water Down Onshore Drilling Legislation (The Hill)
    • Delaying Road Repairs Costs a Lot in the Long Run (Infrastructurist)
    • Company That Pays Transit Commuters Eyes Dallas Market (Dallas News)
    • LaHood Takes Flak From Trucking Industry (Trucking Info)
    • Pennsylvania Grapples With Transportation Funding Woes (Post-Gazette)
    • High Speed Rail for Virginia? (Virginia-Pilot)

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