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Today’s Headlines

8:38 AM EST on February 12, 2013

    • Transportation Issues Daily Not Expecting Much Transpo Talk at Tonight's State of the Union
    • Unions Hope Obama Will Push For Infrastructure Investment (The Hill)
    • ... And WaPo Is Pretty Sure He Will -- But How Will Republicans Respond?
    • Robert Reich Makes the Case For an Investment Budget and Wise Infrastructure Spending
    • Utah Wants to Recalibrate Gas Tax to Give More Control to States (Salt Lake Tribune)
    • Gov. McDonnell Ready to Cut a Deal, Rescind Gas Tax Elimination Proposal (CBSWaPo)
    • Freight RRs Hope Iowa Will Take Advantage of Federal Funds (Quad-City Times)
    • Gov. Perry Ready to Take on Transportation Funding Shortfall (KUT)
    • Beltway HOT Lanes a Bust So Far (Examiner)
    • Philly Looks to Cap Riverfront Highway, Revitalize Ben Franklin Parkway (Next City)
    • The "Creative Class" Does Not Lift All Boats (Grist)

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