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    • Boehner Considering Ending Tax Breaks for Oil Companies (The Hill)
    • State Proposals to Tax Electric Vehicles Send Mixed Signals About Govt Support for Fuel Economy (AP)
    • If You Can Look Past the Ode to Gov. Christie, Fox News Has a Point Here About Life Cycle Budgeting
    • Checking In With America's New Angry Governors (NYT)
    • The Underlying Assumptions That Propped Up Sprawl Have Been Debunked. What's Next? (The Atlantic)
    • One Analyst Says Gas Prices Are Peaking, Everybody Else Says Peak Oil Will Keep Them High (The Hill)
    • If You Want Transit to Thrive, Stop Restricting Density (and Height!) Near Stations (Yglesias)
    • Austin's Inner Neighborhoods Are Losing Children, Schools Could Close (American-Statesman)
    • We Can't Afford the Sprawl or the Wars That Car Dependency Gave Us (Grist)
    • Gentrification and Cupcake Guilt (Rustwire)

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