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Today’s Headlines

9:29 AM EDT on April 5, 2011

    • Obama Summons Congressional Leaders to Avert Government Shutdown (WSJ)
    • Boehner Rejects White House Offer of $33 Billion in Spending Cuts (The Hill)
    • What to Look for in Paul Ryan's Budget (CAP)
    • Minnesota Senate Passes Bill to Slash Twin Cities Transit Budget (Star-Trib)
    • CT Gov Malloy Will "Aggressively Pursue" Hartford-New Britain Busway (MTR, W. Hartford News)
    • BP Could Be Back Drilling in the Gulf This Summer (WaPo)
    • The Hill Profiles "Mr. Smart Growth," Parris Glendening
    • Washington State May Pass Complete Streets Bill and Other Bike Legislation (Bellevue Patch)
    • George Will Coerced Into Riding Amtrak (Grist)

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