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8:56 AM EDT on April 25, 2012

    • In Transpo Bill Negotiations, Harry Reid Draws the Line on Keystone Pipeline (Hill)
    • Transportation Issues Daily Says That Kills the Odds of a Transpo Bill in 2012
    • ...But Divisions Within House GOP Are Holding Things Up as Well (Reuters)
    • 100 Years Ago, Jaywalking Didn't Exist But 'Technical Homicide' Did (Atlantic Cities)
    • Exceptions to Maryland's Three-Foot Passing Law Baffle Cyclists, Drivers (Washcycle)
    • Majority of Houstonians Want More Tax Revenue for Transit, Less for Highways (Chron)
    • T&I Chair Mica's Primary Challenger Calls Him 'All That Went Wrong' With GOP (Sentinel)
    • NRDC's Kaid Benfield: Smart Growth Is a Start, But It's Not Enough
    • Governor Romney Was Pro-City, Anti-Sprawl (BostInno)

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