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    • LaHood to Stick Around (Bloomberg)
    • Grist: It's Congress, Not Obama, That Has Real Power with Climate Change
    • Barbara Boxer Sees Carbon Tax as Viable (SF Chron)
    • Amtrak Shifts Some Costs to States (WSJ)
    • California's High-Speed Rail Doesn't Need Cash From Feds Just Yet (Politico)
    • Report: D.C.-Area Public Wants Better Transpo, But Is Reluctant to Pay (WaPo)
    • Project for Public Spaces Shows How to "Rightsize" Streets
    • "We Must Do Better" With Chicago-St. Louis Rail (St. Louis Post Dispatch)
    • Mississippi Transit System Tops Ridership Record (AP)

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