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    • Plenty of Fiddle Faddle During Climate Bill Debate But Little to Show For It (The Economist)
    • Meanwhile, Scaled-Down Bill Likely to Hit the House Floor Next Wednesday (The Hill)
    • House Dems Quarrel About Livability Provisions in Transpo Appropriations Bill (LAB blog)
    • Retired Admiral LeRoy Collins Killed While Cycling in Tampa (UPI)
    • House Committee Unveils Earmark Database (Open Secrets Blog)
    • Higher Tolls Equal Quicker Commutes in San Francisco (NBC)
    • Subtract Eight Cars, Add Room for 74 Bikes at an Oregon Transit Center (Oregonian)
    • Infrastructist Editor Talks Tolls and Gas Taxes on Fox Business News
    • LaHood in Wisconsin: "There's No Stopping High-Speed Rail" (Wisc State Journal)
    • High-Speed Rail Coming -- Eventually -- to the Connecticut River Valley (Associated Press)
    • PBS Tackles the Question: What Does Livability Look Like? (The City Fix)

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