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Today’s Headlines

8:33 AM EDT on May 26, 2011

    • Biden's Debt Ceiling Gang Nearing a Deal on $1 Trillion in Cuts, Cantor Says (Politico)
    • Ryan Budget Fails in Senate -- But Still Fared Far Better Than Obama's Budget (The Hill)
    • Top T&I Dem Says Gas Tax Increase, Indexing Should Be On the Table (The Hill)
    • LA Mayor Villaraigosa: America Fast Forward in Senate Bill Will Create Jobs, Fund LA Projects (HuffPo)
    • Absence of Earmarks, Delays on Transpo Bill Draw Lobbyists to State Decision-Makers (Roll Call)
    • Feds Won't Budge on California High-Speed Rail Plans (AP)
    • If Poor People Live in Suburbs, Job Sprawl is Good For Them, Right? Wrong. (TNR)
    • Report on Florida's Stimulus Spending Finds Limitations of "Shovel-Ready" Mandate (PR Newswire)
    • Aging U.S. Population Needs Better Road Crossings, Longer Signals, Complete Streets (NPR)
    • Vancouver, BC Suburb Rallies to Stop Highway Extension (Straight.com)

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