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8:42 AM EST on November 19, 2012

    • Next DOT Secretary Should Have Technical Expertise, Not Just Political Cred (Bloomberg)
    • The Committee Bill Shuster Wants to Lead Is Very Different From the One His Father Left (Morning Call)
    • Fox: Infrastructure Spending Is Just a "Pat on the Back" for Unions (Media Matters)
    • CBO Struggles to Make Carbon Tax More Progressive (Forbes)
    • Judge Rules California HSR Can Go Forward (AP)
    • Nation's Longest Road Project Flounders For Lack of Money (Courier Press)
    • Virginia State Senator Proposes Eliminating Fuel's Sales Tax Exemption (WaPo)
    • Massachusetts, Wisconsin Also Considering Raising the Gas Tax (GlobeJournal-Sentinel)
    • Oklahoma General Contractors Want a Solution to Electric Vehicles' Fuel Tax Evasion (Oklahoman)

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