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Today’s Headlines

8:50 AM EDT on July 22, 2011

    • Mayor Villaraigosa to Hill: Transpo Cuts Would Deal a "Devastating Blow" (LAT)
    • Meanwhile, the Senate Rejects Draconian Cuts in the House Bill (Land Line)
    • FAA Partial Shutdown Looms Unless Congress Acts -- Today (ABC)
    • Despite Scorching Heat Wave, Climate Bill Dead as Ever (Politico, Climate Central)
    • Where's the Auto Bailout Money Going?  To Fight Fuel Standards, Apparently... (Politico)
    • A Look Back at Grand Plans for Gas Stations That Never Came to Pass (Atlantic)
    • June Heat Brings Lull in Capital Bikeshare Growth (City Paper)
    • The Lehigh Valley: A Bastion of "Dumb Growth?" (Patch)
    • Sec. LaHood Takes Your Questions (FastLane)
    • NY MTA Chairman Jay Walder Moves on to Greener Pastures -- in Hong Kong (NYT)

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