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8:38 AM EDT on June 5, 2012

    • Boxer: Anemic Jobs Report Underscores Need to Pass Bill (The Hill)
    • Cantor: Too Bad (The Hill)
    • Anxiously Awaiting the House Budget Proposal -- Very Anxiously (Trans Issues Daily)
    • States Will Lead the Way on VMT Fee Collection (USA Today)
    • Why City Versus Suburb Is the Wrong Question (Atlantic Cities)
    • Chris Leinberger Explains Why Walkability Raises Property Values (WBEZ)
    • Designing Healthy Communities: A Four-Hour TV Series (Mobilizing the Region)
    • Orlando Tries to Shed Its First Place Title As Most Dangerous City to Walk In (Transpo Nation)

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