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8:34 AM EDT on September 16, 2011

    • Coburn Compromises, FAA & Surface Transpo Extension Passes Senate 92-6 (Politico, The Hill)
    • Mica: These Must Be the Last Extensions For These Bills (T & I)
    • Obama Picks Crumbling Bridge in Boehner/McConnell Territory to Make Infrastructure Pitch (TPM)
    • Hey Drivers: You'll Like Transit More Than You Think You Will (It's Psychologically Proven) (Atlantic Cities)
    • Shocker: Wendell Cox Still Says Smart Growth Is Bad For the Environment (Heritage)
    • And a Koch Brothers / Petroleum Industry Shill Wants to Keep Tax Loopholes For Oil and Gas (US News)
    • MD Considers Raising Taxes, Involving Private Sector to Fund Infrastructure (CityBizList)
    • Chicago Official Targets Distracted Cycling (WBEZ)
    • Elly Blue: Cars Killed the Independent Bookstore (Grist)
    • Electric Cars Still Get to Use LA's HOV Lanes, Hybrids May Lose the Privilege (LAT)

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