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    • More Climate Bill Postmortem (Politico, Washington Post)
    • Will Environmentalists Regroup Around a Carbon Fee Instead of a Carbon Cap? (The Nation)
    • Meanwhile, Meet the "Energy Bill" (NYT, Atlantic
    • Oil Spill: Less Catastrophic Than We All Thought? (Time)
    • Defazio: Crumbling U.S. Transportation System Worthy of "Fourth World" Label (The Trucker
    • Real Estate Booms and Busts Could Be Linked to Land Use Regs (Yglesias)
    • LaHood Touts New Bike-Share System in Denver (CBS4)
    • Is the Gas Tax Worth the Heartburn? (Infrastructurist)
    • Michigan House Passes Complete Streets Legislation (Ann
    • Major Rail Announcement Brewing in Wisconsin (WQOW)

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