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8:55 AM EDT on June 26, 2012

    • Reid: Dilly Dally Now, Work the Weekend (The Hill)
    • Three Possible Outcomes For Transportation Negotiations (Trans Issues Daily)
    • Why All the Hoopla for a "Milk-Toast Two-Year Bill"? (National Journal)
    • At Rio, Development Banks Commit to Major Lending Program for Sustainable Transport (Dot Earth)
    • The Economist: Sprawl Is Inevitable; Resistance Is Futile
    • Feds Reimburse Wisconsin For Money Spent on High-Speed Rail Plan (WAOW)
    • Do Cars and Buses Win Over Trains in Energy Efficiency? (Hawaii Reporter)
    • Even With a Deal Supposedly on the Horizon, Keystone Remains Sticking Point (Reuters)
    • The World: Don't Change Oregon's "Elegant" and "Exquisite" Gas Tax to VMT Fee

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