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9:01 AM EST on February 13, 2013

    • Obama Pledges Action on Climate Change in State of the Union (Grist)
    • Shuster to Speak at "Let's Rebuild America" Summit Today (The Hill)
    • Outgoing LaHood Praises Obama's Attention to Passenger Rail (Politico)
    • Why LaHood Turned Out to Be the Right Pick After All (Reuters)
    • Members Confirmed for Senate Transportation Subcommittee (Transpo Issues Daily)
    • Mica Aims Again at His Favorite Target: Amtrak (The Hill)
    • The Two Sides of Federal Transpo Debate: Reformers and Devolutionists (Transpo Issues Daily)
    • Virginia Seems Closer to Compromise on Transpo Bill (WaPo)
    • Lawmakers, Not Voters, May Approve Gas Tax Increase in Washington State (Seattle Times)
    • Plan for "XPress West" Train Slow to Leave the Station (Las Vegas Review-Journal, Vegas Inc.)
    • Building Better Bike Lanes Through the Green Lane Project (Atlantic Cities)

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