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    • NYT: Corporate Tax Holiday Isn't the Right Fix 
    • New Twin Cities Light Rail Up and Running, Promising Change (Minn Post, City Lab)
    • Foxx Points to Delaware Bridge as Example of National Problem (USA Today)
    • Pittsburgh's New Planning Director Brings Wisdom from Seattle and Manhattan (Post-Gazette)
    • Obama Intervenes in Philly Transit Dispute (The Hill)
    • California Budget Plan Includes Funding for High-Speed Rail (Reuters)
    • Achieving "Lean Urbanism" Will Require Balanced Approach (Smart Growth for Conservatives)
    • Charlotte Looks to Minneapolis as Model for Health-Centered Development (Charlotte Observer)
    • Brookings: Innovation Districts Need Transit, Broadband, and Bike/Ped Facilities 

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