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8:57 AM EST on December 14, 2012

    • Politico Highlights Issues, Players to Watch in Transpo Policy in 2013
    • Conservative Groups Push Back Against Carbon Tax (The Hill)
    • Amtrak Poised to Buy New Cars for Acela Service (The HillWSJ)
    • LaHood: Federal Funding on Track for Detroit Transit Efforts (Detroit News)
    • Sac Bee: It's "Baffling" That Congressmen Want to Kill High-Speed Rail
    • Tea Party-Linked Group Petitions Against Maryland Gas Tax Hike (Capital Gazette)
    • Connecticut Studies Jersey's Transit-Oriented Development Strategies (Mobilizing the Region)
    • Florida Looks Ready to Move on Orlando-to-Miami Train (Orlando Sentinel)
    • New York "Totally Wins at Transit Ridership Diversity" (NY Mag)

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