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8:48 AM EST on January 28, 2013

    • Paul Ryan: "I Think the Sequester's Going to Happen" (TPM)
    • Anderson Cooper Goes For the Jugular: Vermont HSR Isn't Fast Enough (CNN)
    • It's So Much Easier to Get Highways Funded Than Transit (New Urbanism Blog)
    • The Chinese Press Clucks About Sorry State of U.S. Infrastructure (South China Morning Post)
    • Gas Tax Should Be $1/Gallon (Not, as VA Gov. McDonnell Would Have It, $0) (Freakonomics)
    • The Equity Argument Against Affordable Housing Near Transit (PiPress)
    • A Menu of Car-Share Options (NYT)
    • New Hampshire, Indiana, Wisconsin Mull Gas Tax Hikes (Telegraph, Gannett, HTR News)
    • Meet the Opponents of the Only Good Part of the CRC (Columbian, Oregonian
    • "Not a War Against Cars, A Question of Physics": Stop Trying to Accommodate Cars (RPUS)
    • The Down Side of Urban Professionals Sending Their Kids to Public Schools (Next City)

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