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Today’s Headlines

8:47 AM EST on February 11, 2011

    • Saudi Oil Reserve More Limited Than Thought (Miller-McCune)
    • Sec. LaHood Undeterred by Rail Naysayers (Post-Gazette, Wash Examiner)
    • Cheap Air Tickets Will Soon Be Harder to Find (NYT)
    • Amtrak: January Brought Record Ridership (Transpo Nation)
    • What To Do About Zombie Subdivisions? (This Land)
    • Let's Move: A Step in the Right Direction (Fast Lane)
    • Want Jobs? Invest in Infrastructure, Geithner Argues (T4America)
    • GOP Deficit Hawks Want to Slash Clean Energy Funds (NYT)
    • Study: Suburban Sprawl Not Linked to Obesity (HealthDay)
    • Retired Air Force Secretary: Obama "Gets It" on Alternative Energy (HuffPo)

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