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Today’s Headlines

8:57 AM EST on November 10, 2010

    • Secretary LaHood Happy to Play Hardball With States Over Rail Funding (CNN)
    • Oil Prices Are on the Rise Again -- Are We Any Less Oil-Dependent Than We Were in 2008? (NPR)
    • Florida Senator Pushes Back Against Anti-Rail Rhetoric (Politifact)
    • After ARC Tunnel Debacle, Feds Want New Jersey to Return $270 Million (Reuters)
    • Meanwhile, Cost-Cutting Gov. Christie Spends Luxuriously on His Hotels (Politico)
    • BP Gets a Verbal Thrashing During Oil Spill Hearing (WaPo)
    • Rep. Nick Rahall Seeks Top Democratic Post on Transpo Committee (The Hill)
    • Bus Rapid Transit: An Affordable Alternative to Rail? (Marketplace)
    • Uncertainty: Hardly a Dirty Word for Climate Scientists (NYT)
    • "Strict Liability" Could Stall Distracted Driving (BikePortland)

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