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8:34 AM EDT on June 24, 2011

    • EPW to Introduce Two-Year Reauthorization Bill in July (JOCTranspo Issues Daily)
    • U.S. Et Al. to Release 60 Billion Barrels, Less Than One Day's Supply, of Oil From Reserves (WaPo)
    • Bill to Ban Cell Phone Use While Driving Introduced in Congress (Detroit Free Press)
    • Boehner Wants to Find Trillions in Savings With Tax Hikes "Off the Table" (WaPo)
    • No (Swedish) Government Bailout for Saab (NPR)
    • Proposal to Fund I-Bank With Overseas Tax Repatriation is Just Politics (Reuters)
    • Bill Ford: Too Many Cars on the Road Threaten Environment, Mobility (Ted)
    • Mineta Survey Offers Hints on How to Sell the Public on a Gas Tax Hike (PR Newswire)
    • Floridians Spoiling For a Fight Over Sunrail (Transportation Nation)
    • Metro Should Expand in the Urban Core, Not the Far-Flung Suburbs (GGW)

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