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Today’s Headlines

8:51 AM EDT on June 6, 2014

    • Sao Paulo Transit Workers Go on Strike a Week Before World Cup (SI Wire)
    • Senate Finance Committee Plans to Pass Transpo Funding Plan By July 4... (BNA)
    • ... While Tussling Over Tax Reform (The Hill)
    • Senate Transpo Budget Includes Amendment to Suspend Rule on Truckers' Sleep (Overdrive)
    • WaPo: Congress at a Low Point With Transportation Funding Dysfunction
    • LaHood Scores Another Consultancy Gig, This Time With Caterpillar (Daily Journal)
    • In Wisconsin, Tolls Get Public Acceptance Where Taxes Don't (Cap Times)
    • Dallas Police Are Using Helmet Law to Harass People of Color (Morning News)
    • To Take Advantage of Downtown Population Bump, Hartford Needs to Get Rid of Some Parking (TSTC)
    • America's Love Affair With the Automobile Is on the Rocks (AP)
    • A 7-Part Plan to Make Transit Financially Sustainable (CityLab)

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