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8:25 AM EDT on October 13, 2011

    • American Jobs Act to Get Carved Up Into Pieces: Tax Cuts Yes, Infrastructure Spending No (CSM)
    • CEOs Advise Obama to Keep the Infrastructure Bank and Transportation Spending (JOC)
    • Rep. Murphy Defends His Oil-Drilling-For-Infrastructure-Dollars Proposal (The Hill)
    • Wisconsin Republicans' New Target: Smart Growth (WRN)
    • One Wisc. Town Takes It Further, Proposing to Ban Bikes and Cross Country Practice (Cyclelicious)
    • Blue Ribbon Commission to Suggest Maryland Raise Gas Tax, Stop Raiding Transpo Funds (Forbes)
    • Half of Section 8 Vouchers Are Used in Suburbs (Atlantic Cities)
    • The American "Not-T00-Bad" Commute Costs $125K OVer 10 Years (LifeHacker)
    • Unlocking the Secrets of China's Bicycling Culture (Conversation)

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