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    • Development Policies That Encourage Road-Building Don't Solve Anything (GGW)
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    • Survey: Dems Like Cities More Than Repubs, But Everyone Loves Seattle (Atlantic Cities)
    • NRDC's Kaid Benfield Sees a New Kind of Environmentalism for Human Habitats
    • My Other Car Is a Bike, And That Bike Is Also a Porsche (Inside Line)

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