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8:35 AM EDT on April 2, 2012

    • Congress Really Has to Pass a Bill Before July, But It Probably Won't (The HillTranspo Issues Daily)
    • Even In Defeat, Tax Breaks For Big Oil Is a Winning Campaign Issue For Obama (News Herald)
    • Transit Agencies Strategize to Deal With High Gas Prices; AAA Suggests Biking or Walking (Kitsap Sun)
    • Pay a Lot For Gas, Vote For Obama (SJ Mercury)
    • Occupy Transit, This Wednesday (ATU)
    • Connecticut Moves to Cap Gas Tax (NECN) While It Studies Congestion Pricing (Patch)
    • CA HSR Downgrades Its Vision, Downsizes Its Price Tag (LAT)
    • Financing, Labor Could Pose Problems For Florida's Promising Private Rail Project (IBTimes)
    • Public-Private Partnerships: The Plusses and Minuses (WaPo)
    • Policy Wonk, Chamber Prez Debate Infrustructure Investment Pros and Cons (Duluth News Tribune)
    • April Fools Day Makes It Hard to Put Together a Serious Headline Stack (GGW (x2), WashCycle)

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