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    • Rep. Oberstar Remembered as Cycling Advocate on Capitol Hill (Bicycle Retailer, Streets MN)
    • NYT: "No New Taxes" Mantra Is Disservice to Highway Trust Fund
    • Maryland Rep: The Solution Starts with International Tax Reform (WaPo)
    • Senators Introduce Bill to Finance TOD (T4America)
    • Grist: Chamber of Commerce's Gas Tax Ideas at Odds With Republican Base
    • Michigan Transit Advocates Urge Lawmakers to Look Beyond Roads and Bridges (M Live)
    • What Do Urbanists and Tea Partiers Have in Common? (Human Transit)
    • Washington State Hangs Onto "Most Bike-Friendly" Title, While NJ Lags
    • Grand Rapids BRT Poised to Boost Development (GRBJ)
    • All Aboard Florida Planners Quietly Plot Fort Lauderdale's Rebirth (Sun-Sentinel)
    • Has Cycling Finally Gone Mainstream in UK Cities? (Guardian UK)
    • Chattanooga Explores $35M Light Rail (AP)
    • Prop 1 Vote Polarized Urban, Suburban Voters in Washington (Cross Cut)

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