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    • House Votes For Formulas, Against Strategic Spending (Hill)
    • Senate Conference Proposal Includes Aid For Gulf States (The Advocate)
    • Uncertainty Lingers Around Detroit Light Rail (Detroit News)
    • Three Tax Reforms For Better Cities (Strong Towns)
    • Arts, Affordable Housing, and Unaffordable Parking: Three Swords Against Sprawl (The Spec)
    • Wendell Cox Is Wrong That Sprawl Can Make For a Vibrant City (Montreal Gazette)
    • It Just Takes Willpower: Urban Growth Boundaries Protect Farmland (HuffPo)
    • Philly Considering Requiring Council Approval For Bike Lanes (Next American City)
    • A Call For Transportation Deregulation (Next American City)

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