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8:55 AM EDT on July 30, 2013

    • Rand Paul's Anti-Bike Amendment Could Come Up For a Vote Late Tonight (Bike League)
    • Journal of Commerce Perpetuates 8 Myths of Tax-Free Infrastructure Funding Solutions
    • August Recess: A Chance for Dems to Seize the High Ground on Global Warming (Grist)
    • How the Buy-America Rule Killed Las Vegas High-Speed Rail (Atlantic Cities)
    • This 3-Mile Widening Will Cost More Than Connecticut's Entire Maintenance Budget (TSTC)
    • Two Sides of the Congestion-Pricing Issue in Four Countries, In One Infographic (Urban Times)
    • Where Should New Development Go in a Crowded City? You Have Three Choices. (GGW)
    • An Epic Study on the Likelihood of More Superstorms in the Near Future (Grist)
    • This Climate Change Heat Map Will Make You Sweat (WaPo)
    • A Truly Bike-Friendly City Allows You to Keep Your Bike With You on All Travel Modes (Copenhagenize)
    • Happy 8th Birthday, Bike Portland!

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