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Today’s Headlines

8:40 AM EDT on June 11, 2014

    • Majority Leader Eric Cantor Loses Primary to Tea-Party Nobody (WaPo)
    • Obama: Congress Did Bipartisan Work on Water Bill. Now Do It for Transportation (The Hill)
    • AAA Endorses 12-Cent Gas Tax Hike (CBS)
    • Harry Reid Throws the Ball to Ron Wyden on Transpo Funding (Roll Call)
    • U.S. DOT Chief Foxx Says Administration Will Consider All Options -- Even Post Office Scheme (The Hill)
    • Road Lobby Arrives in DC to Push for Funding Fix (For Construction Pros)
    • Will Ridescout Revolutionize Transportation? (GovTech)
    • SEPTA Strike Could Paralyze Transit in Philadelphia Suburbs (Reuters)
    • 21 Young People Arrested in Protest for Low-Cost Transit Access in Boston (
    • What the Multi-Family Housing Boom Is Really About (CityLab)

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