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    • Supreme Court Upholds Sprawl Fees For Greenfield Development (Switchboard)
    • One Ridiculous Charge Dropped Against Grieving Georgia Mom Raquel Nelson, Two Remain (AJC)
    • House Republican Says Grover Norquist's Anti-Tax Pledge Is "Paralyzing" Congress (WaPo)
    • Sen. Rand Paul Takes Up Anti-Transpo Enhancement Zealotry Where Coburn Left Off (Courier-Journal)
    • Feds Lay the Groundwork For Detroit-to-Chicago HSR With $196.5 Million Grant (WDIV)
    • Flip the Funding Imbalance Between Roads and Transit On Its Head (Infrastructurist)
    • Seven Vancouver Area Mayors Get Behind Transpo Plan, Complete With Gas Tax to Fund It (Sun)
    • Gov. Christie Spends $95 Million to Kill ARC Tunnel -- To Save NJ Money (AP)
    • TEN Evaluates Transpo-Sector Apprenticeship and Job Training Programs' Equity Impact
    • The Algorithm Behind NYC Bike Share Planning (Atlantic Cities)
    • Texting While Driving Doubles Reaction Time (WaPo)
    • Did You Walk Your Kid to School Yesterday? (Sun-Times)

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