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9:03 AM EDT on August 26, 2010

    • New Home Sales Down Significantly (NYT)
    • Meanwhile, Builders Report Demand for Ped-Friendly Neighborhoods (CityBiz)
    • Feds Estimate 8 Percent of Motorists Drive Drunk Each Year (AP)
    • If Murkowski Loses Seat, Next GOP Sen. in Line on Energy Committee Is More Conservative (The Hill)
    • In Joe Miller, Another Climate Contrarian Inches Toward Power (Grist)
    • Motorists Push for Road Funding as Shortage Looms in Michigan (AP)
    • Why Libertarians Are Wrong About Infrastructure (Infrastructurist)
    • More Grumbling in San Mateo County About High-Speed Rail (SFExaminer)
    • Ehrlich Promises More Funding for Transportation in Maryland If Elected (Gazette)
    • DC TIGER II Request Would More Than Triple the Size of Bike-Sharing System (BeyondDC)

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