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9:14 AM EDT on August 11, 2010

    • Bike-Share Foe Maes Will Face Livability Advocate Hickenlooper in Governor's Race (Denver Post)
    • More Election Night Results (CNN)
    • Feds on the Verge of Changing Standards That Obstruct Innovative Bikeway Projects (BikePortland)
    • Plane Crash Kills Longtime Oil-State Senator Ted Stevens (The Hill)
    • Did Global Warming Cause an Island of Ice to Break Off Petermann Glacier? (NYT)
    • Seattle Mulls Special Transportation Tax District (Seattle Times)
    • Maryland Gov O'Malley Defends Purple Line (Baltimore Sun)
    • Get Your Paranoid, Cynical View of the Livable Communities Act Right Here (American Thinker)
    • Detroit Free Press: Virulent Anti-Transit and Anti-Tax Attitudes Attract a Thin Slice of the Electorate
    • Will Florida Get High Speed Rail Right? (Huffington Post)

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