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8:49 AM EDT on March 18, 2013

    • Obama: Let's Use $2B in Oil and Gas Revenues to Get the Country Off Oil and Gas (NYT)
    • Senate Transpo Bill Fully Funds MAP-21 Except For One Key Part (Transpo Issues Daily)
    • Economist Special Report: Deteriorating U.S. Infrastructure Catalyzes Fresh Thinking
    • Gov. Scott Walker Is Considering a White House Bid (WaPo)
    • Ten Reasons to Be Optimistic About LA's Transportation Future (LAT)
    • Daily Caller Whips Up Anti-Gas Tax Sentiment As More States Plan Increases (Oakland Press)
    • Connecticut Considers Vulnerable Users Bill, Border Tolls (Hartford Courant)
    • Minnesota Gov. Plan to Triple Transit Sales Tax Will Earn Less Than Plan Doubling It (F&C)
    • AAA Chapter Opposes MD Transpo Plan Because It Makes Motorists Pay For Transit (WUSA9)
    • A Reality Check For That Fantasy High-Speed Rail Map (Slate)
    • Cars in the U.S. Are Getting More Fuel Efficient But Still Have a Long Way to Go (WaPo)
    • Freakonomics Radio Talks to Donald Shoup About the Ever-Higher Cost of Free Parking

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