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8:50 AM EST on November 22, 2010

    • Feds Mull Cell Phone Jammers as Tool to Fight Distracted Driving (Pop-Sci)
    • In Milwaukee, Some 200 Rally for Rail (Journal Sentinel)
    • Dreary Financial Situation Threatens Transportation in the Northeast (WSJ)
    • Brookings Institution Maps How Urbanites Get Around (Infrastructurist)
    • Tell Congress to Keep Transit Benefits on Equal Footing With Parking Benefits (T4America)
    • Key Climate Contrarian Report Riddled with Plagiarism (USA Today)
    • Is Your Rep Part of the Climate Zombie Caucus? (Wonk Room)
    • Airport Screening Brouhaha Could Cause Spike in Highway Fatalities (The Hill)
    • No Car, No Regrets for This Atlanta Commuter (CNN)
    • Suburban Malaise Gets Violent in Arcade Fire Video (Good)

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