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Today’s Headlines

9:00 AM EDT on May 13, 2011

    • LaHood Calls on Congress to Take Up Transportation Bill (Governing)
    • Chaos on the Mississippi Threatens Oil Production (HuffPo)
    • More Americans Turning to Transit as Gas Prices Rise (CNN Money)
    • Dem Senators Rip ConocoPhillips CEO for Calling End to Oil Subsidies "Un-American" (Climate Progress)
    • Will the Debt Ceiling Debate Kill EPA Climate Regs? (The Hill)
    • Minnesota GOP Slashes Transit Funding (Star Tribune)
    • Terror Threat to Railroads Overrated (Miller-McCune)
    • Rep. Issa: Let's Frack Our Way Out of High Gas Prices (Politico)
    • Has Obama's Rail Plan Lived Up to the Hype? No, But... (Time)

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