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8:47 AM EDT on October 27, 2011

    • Democrats Introduce Bill to Create National Infrastructure Bank (Hill)
    • Senator Feinstein Pessimistic on Passage of President’s Jobs Package (LATimes)
    • Boxer Challenges Mica on New Highway Funding Bill (Hill)
    • It’s Time to Raise California’s Gas Tax (LATimes)
    • Michigan Governor Makes Case for Extensive Transportation Changes (MLiveDFP)
    • Will Transit Cuts Hasten the Biking Boom? (BikePortland)
    • Massachusetts Politicians Struggle to Find Most Equitable Way to Fund Transit (Commonwealth)
    • Will Chicago’s Pedestrian Safety Mannequins Make a Difference? (HuffPo)
    • Fast-Tracked Los Angeles Light Rail Project Hit With Lawsuit (SacBee)
    • Florida Activists Launch Website Detailing “Price of Sprawl” by County (FL Independent)
    • Seattle Mayor Hosts Road Safety Summit, “Not Just About Bikes” (MyNW)

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