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    • Grover Norquist Gives His Blessing to a Carbon Tax -- With Conditions (National Journal)
    • ... He's Not Alone: A Growing Chorus Says Now Is the Time For a Carbon Tax (Bacon's Rebellion)
    • Inhofe Not Returning to Leadership Role on EPW Committee (Trans. Issues Daily)
    • Can We Talk About a Gas Tax Increase Yet? (National Journal)
    • Honey, I'll Drive: More Women Than Men Have Licenses (AP)
    • Could the U.S. Achieve Dutch Mode-Share Rates If We Had More Bicycle Infrastructure? (IHT)
    • Alameda Transit Vote Still Just a Wee Bit Short of Victory (Mercury)
    • Matt Yglesias: Lifting Height Limits Would Bring a Windfall to DC (Slate)
    • New Services Facilitate Public Transportation For Travelers (USA Today)

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