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8:13 AM EST on December 2, 2011

    • MO Sen. McCaskill Wants to Redirect Afghanistan Infrastructure Aid to U.S. (HuffPo)
    • Mica: Drilling Is a "Band-Aid" Funding Solution, Search For Money Factored Into Bill Delay (WaPo)
    • Unions Reach Accord After Top Lawmakers Move to Block Rail Strike (BloombergThe Hill)
    • House Transpo Chair Mica Could Lose His Seat in Redistricting (Transpo Nation)
    • St. Louis; Albuquerque; El Paso; Howard, SD and Normal, IL Win For Smart Growth (EPAAtlantic Cities)
    • Food Distributors Worry About Potential Impact of Trucker Hour Changes (The Packer)
    • Off-Peak Travel and Transit Loyalty Programs: Ideas From the Experts (BusinessWeek)
    • Profiling the Car-Free As Auto Ownership Drops in Ocala, Florida (
    • Cycling Up, Crashes Down in Chicago (Medill Reports)
    • Late November Deadly For Pedestrians, Newly Dark PM Rush Hour Blamed (Global Toronto)
    • Pure Air and the Devil: A Brief History of Women and Bicycles (Smithsonian)

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