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Today’s Headlines

8:35 AM EDT on July 7, 2011

    • Mica to Propose $230 Billion Six-Year Bill, Rejects Senate Call For a Two-Year Bill (The Hill, WSJ)
    • GOP Proposal Would Strengthen State Infrastructure Banks, Not Build a National One (Reuters)
    • Let's Make This Transpo Bill an Effective Climate Law (American Prospect, Switchboard)
    • GOP Would Rather See a Bridge Fall On Your Head Than Pass a Reasonable Transpo Bill (DailyKos)
    • Dems Exercise What Little Power They Have (More Than You Thought!) in Debt Ceiling Talks (TPM)
    • Poll: Americans Care More About Deficit Reduction Than Economic Stimulus (The Hill)
    • Youngstown Mayor Named New Car Czar (UPI)
    • If We Can't Afford Emissions Offsets, We Can't Afford to Fly (Treehugger)
    • TripAdvisor is First Online Flight Search to Include Rail Options (MarketWatch)

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