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8:44 AM EDT on May 18, 2012

    • You Are Here: A Handy Roadmap to How This Bill Becomes A Law (If It Ever Happens) (T4A)
    • Rahall Supports Keystone But Bets Against It (The Hill)
    • The Onion: Sec. LaHood Loses It When Informed of a Pothole in Baltimore
    • Study: "Resilient Walkables" Will Lead the Housing Recovery (Switchboard)
    • Search Data Shows Angelenos Want Elbow Room, New Yorkers Want to Go Anywhere Else (HuffPo)
    • Eating While Driving Is Far Worse Than Drunk Driving (Sympatico)
    • With Onboard Internet, Drivers Can Surf the Web, Update Their Facebook, Crash Their Car (Bloomberg)
    • Mapnificent Shows How Far Transit Can Take You in 20 Cities in 30 Minutes (HuffPo)
    • CA Leader Wants to Know If Obama Is Good For More HSR Money (Daily Journal)
    • How to Make Transit More Woman-Friendly Without Breaking the Bank (Good)

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