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9:35 AM EDT on September 1, 2010

    • Reid Considering Lame-Duck Energy Bill (The Hill)
    • American Conservative Demolishes Myth That the Right Has No Use For Transit
    • ...And Notes That Drivable Suburban Infrastructure Is Massively Subsidized (Am. Conservative)
    • Climate Politics Still Look Grim For Environmentalists (USA Today)
    • Good Helps Visualize the Deadliest and Safest Cities for Walking
    • San Diego Media Freak Out Over Replacing Parking With Ped Plaza in Balboa Park (Streetsblog LA)
    • No Surprise Here: Even If You're Predisposed to Obesity, You Benefit From Exercise (LAT, USA Today)
    • Montana Finally Catching Up to Rest of Nation on Drunk Driving Laws and Penalties (AP)
    • Hybrid Drivers Getting a Free Pass to Car Pool Lane in California (LAT)
    • Anticipation Builds for DC's Capital Bikeshare Launch (NBC, TBD)

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