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    • Senate EPW Committee Releases Six-Year Bill (SummaryText)
    • Anthony Foxx Says EPW Bill Is Too Small (The Hill)
    • Off-Topic Chat With Anthony Foxx (WaPoMcClatchy)
    • Full Court Press From Business and Labor for Infrastructure Spending This Week (USA Today)
    • Everyone Knows the Gas Tax Needs to Be Raised But No One Is Willing to Do It (SlateVox)
    • These Projects Will Stay Unbuilt Without Federal Transpo Funds (Marin IJ, WABE)
    • Lack of Transit Quashes Columbus's Bid to Host GOP Convention (Dispatch)
    • Dan Burden, Evelyn Blumenberg Among Today's White House "Champions of Change" Honorees
    • California Considers a Per-Mile Tax (KEYT)
    • "A New Day" for Atlanta Transit (Saporta Report)
    • California High-Speed Rail Report Reveals "Unavoidable" Consequences (Fresno Bee)
    • The Suburbs Aren't Dead -- They're the Future (Next City)

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