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8:50 AM EST on November 27, 2012

    • Is Chicago's Infrastructure Trust a Good Model For a National Bank? (Demos)
    • Note to Newly Elected State Officials: Job #1 Is to Kick Your State's Oil Addiction (Switchboard)
    • One Anti-Gas-Tax Crusader Is Losing Power, Another Just Got Re-elected President (TID)
    • Scott Walker: Let's Keep Building Roads and Not Paying For Them (AP)
    • Superstorm Sandy Will Cost NYC Transit Nearly $5 Billion (Transpo Nation)
    • Kaid Benfield: Sometimes the NIMBYs Are Right (Switchboard)
    • Four Reasons Free Parking Is Bad For Business (Atlantic Cities)
    • DC, Like the Dutch, Pedals Through the Winter (WaPo)
    • MARTA's Anti-Nuisance Campaign Misses the Biggest Nuisance: Infrequent Service (AJC)
    • We Already Know Where Seniors Will Be Stranded in 20 Years (Switchboard)

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