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Today’s Headlines

8:59 AM EDT on September 12, 2011

    • Obama to Send Jobs Bill to Congress Today (The Hill)
    • Republicans Tone Down Partisan Rhetoric - But for How Long? (TPM, NYT)
    • The Detroit Free Press Is Pessimistic that Congress Can Pass a Transportation Bill
    • Fall Crunch Time, the Ultimate Test for Congress (Politico)
    • Sadik-Khan Has ‘Done More for NYC Drivers Than Anyone Since Robert Moses' (Observer)
    • Richard Florida Says Reality TV Is Fueling America’s Suburbia (New York)
    • Florida’s New Growth Management Law Brings New Opportunities for Sprawl (Orlando Sentinel)
    • Focus on Infrastructure Drives Local Government Support for Jobs Plan (American City & County)
    • Senate May Override CA Governor Veto of SB28 Restricting Cell Phones and Driving (Cyclelicious)

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