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8:29 AM EDT on May 19, 2011

    • Senate Refuses to Pass Oil-Related Bills from the Dems and the GOP (MoJo, The Hill)
    • If Six Lawmakers Can't Agree On a Debt-Reduction Plan, How Will 535? (WaPo, WaPo)
    • Terry Bellamy Fills Gabe Klein's Big Shoes at DDOT (WJLA, Housing Complex)
    • More on D.C.'s Meteoric Rise to Bike-Friendly Stardom (Smart Planet)
    • With High Gas Prices, Consumers Are Changing Their Habits... Just a Little (Time)
    • Ottawa Gets Modest Bixi System (PR Newswire)
    • WaPo Editorial: "California High-Speed Train Project Is Going Off the Rails"
    • Using Competitions to Encourage More Environmentally Sound Behavior (Grist)
    • Dallas Brings a Dead Plaza to Life -- For a Day (Switchboard)
    • User Fees For Roads "Unfairly Target" Those Who Drive a Lot (Baltimore Sun)
    • Which Cities Are "Nice to Visit But..." And Which Cities Do We Really Want to Live In? (FT)

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