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8:27 AM EDT on April 21, 2011

    • A Year After BP Spill, Congress Still Tussling Over Drilling, Hasn't Changed a Single Law (WaPo, MoJo)
    • GOP Fundraises Off Ryan Budget Despite Its Unpopularity (The Hill, Politico)
    • Republican Governors Quietly Accept Federal Money While Attacking Spending (TPM)
    • Minnesota Tests Out Vehicle-Miles-Traveled Fee (KARE)
    • Charleston I-526 Controversy Underscores Problems With State Infrastructure Bank (The Nerve)
    • Seattle Times Reports on Study Showing You Really Can Reverse Induced Demand for Driving
    • Every Canadian Political Party Needs to Take a Position on Transit (Toronto Observer)
    • High School Not for You? You Can Take the Bus. (Good)
    • Can Bikeshare Make a Helmet Distribution System Work? (NBC)
    • Awesome Infographics (in Zero-Point Font) Show Americans Don't Pay Enough for Gas (Infrastructurist)
    • Bikeshare: The More the Merrier (Yglesias)

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