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Today’s Headlines

9:15 AM EDT on August 2, 2010

    • LA Mayor's Bold Plan to Fast Track Transit Expansion Gains Momentum (AP)
    • OMG: Most Teens Still Text-and-Drive Despite Warnings (USA Today)
    • Spill Bill Passes House; Republicans Will Likely Filibuster in the Senate (PoliticoThe Hill
    • New Poll Queries Americans on Energy Views (Rasmussen)
    • LaHood Watch: Light Rail Announcement Likely Today in Detroit (  
    • Massachusetts Lags in Building Bike and Pedestrian Paths (Boston Globe)
    • Could a Mileage Tax Ever Replace the Gax Tax in Ohio? (Columbus Dispatch)
    • Demonstration Bike-Sharing Program Rolls Into Windy City (Chicago Tribune)
    • Could Reducing Soot Be the Quickest Way to Reverse Global Warming? (Popular Science)
    • Obesity Concerns Prompt California Town That Invented Drive-Throughs to Ban Them (3 News)

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