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    • Unions Urge Obama to Hire Defender of Transportation Funding (The Hill)
    • LaHood's Private Sector Prospects (WaPo)
    • Transit Bill Makes Headway in Indiana (Fox59)
    • How Does Urbanism Fit Into the American Dream? (GGW)
    • Plan to Axe the Gas Tax Moves Forward in Virginia (Examiner)
    • Meanwhile, Talk of Gas Tax Hikes for Michigan, PennsylvaniaWyoming
    • Study: The Happiest Commuters Ride Bikes (Bike Portland)
    • Smart Growth Advocates Defend Progress in Massachusetts (Providence Journal)
    • How "Crowdfixing" Can Improve Transit (NRDC Switchboard)

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