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    • Energy Lobbyists Regroup During Spill Bill Delay; Reid Open to a Broader Approach (WSJ, The Hill)
    • Grist: How Can We Make Housing in Walkable Places More Affordable?
    • LaHood Watch: Secretary Unruffled By Threats to Block Rail Plan in Ohio (BusinessWeek)
    • End in Site for Effort to Cap Gulf Gusher (CNN)
    • Senators Nervous About EPA Plan to Strengthen Smog Limits (The Hill)
    • Sprawl Prevention Programs Face Budget Crunch (WSJ)
    • Idaho Governor Calls For Cutting Gas Tax for Motorists (Times-News)
    • Less Is More When It Comes to Road Signage, Argues John Stossel (Reason)
    • LA Mayor Catches Flak From Cyclists About Timing of Bike Summit (LAist)
    • Active Transportation Alliance Names New Executive Director (Chicago Tribune)

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