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    • Transpo Advocates and Insiders Weigh in on Obama's Infrastructure Plan (National Journal)
    • Brookings: Obesity Costs Country $215 Billion Each Year (via UPI)
    • Trans-Hudson Rail Tunnel Faces Uncertain Future Under Gov. Christie (
    • Will States Come Up With Matching Funds to Pay for High-Speed Rail? (NPR)
    • EPA Ramps Up Clean Air Rules, Prompting Lawsuits (Greenwire)
    • Thick Layer of Oil Still Coats the Gulf Sea Floor (ProPublica)
    • With Tea Party Rising, State Climate Programs in Crosshairs (Politico)
    • Fenty Out, But District's Bike-Share System Here to Stay (WaPo, TBD)
    • Virginia Pols Urge Arlington to Drop Anti-HOV Lane Civil Rights Suit (WaPo)
    • Locals Wary of Plan to Haul Oversize Oil Industry Equipment Up U.S. 12 (LAT)

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