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8:27 AM EDT on April 14, 2011

    • Members of Congress React to Obama's Deficit Reduction Speech (WaPo)
    • Community Preference Survey: McMansions Are On Their Last Legs, Driving is a Pain (The Atlantic)
    • Despite Being in The Most Dangerous State For Cyclists, Miami Embraces the Bicycle (Herald)
    • Missouri Republicans Try to Overrule Governor on High-Speed Rail (Riverfront Times)
    • New Mexico Governor Vetoes Vulnerable Users Law, Maryland Passes One (Bike League)
    • Atlanta Transpo Report: City Driving is Safer Than Rural Driving, Not Driving is Safer Still (AJC)
    • Roundup of State Distracted Driving Legislation (Land Line)
    • British Bill Against "Dangerous Cycling" Ignites Debate (BBC)
    • Climate Change, Safety Be Damned: Texas May Raise Speed Limit to 85 (Treehugger)
    • Still Paying Baggage Fees? Bikes Fly Free on Frontier Airlines (Cyclelicio.us)

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