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    • Active Transportation Advocate Gabrielle Giffords to Resign from Congress (Star Tribune)
    • Where GOP Candidates Fall on Urban Issues (Grist)
    • Urban Planners: Government Is Stifling Cities, But Mayors’ Message Off the Mark  (Forbes)
    • LaHood Still Fighting for the Transportation Bill, Says a Grateful National League of Cities
    • Oberstar: US Should Not Give Up on HSR (WaPo)
    • How to Talk About Making Driving More Expensive (Housing Complex)
    • New PBS Miniseries: Yesterday’s Sprawl Causing Today’s Health Problems (AtlanticCities)
    • Sponsor of Regional Transit Plan for Indiana Considers Waving the White Flag (IBJ)
    • Will MD Governor’s Smart Growth Legacy Move Him Up or Be His Downfall? (Baltimore Sun)
    • Michigan Interfaith Coalition Adds Public Transit to Its List of Priorities (MLive)
    • On-Street Bike Parking: Good for Safety of People Who Drive, Too (TreeHugger)

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