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Today’s Headlines

9:06 AM EDT on June 20, 2014

    • Highway Trust Fund in Hands of New House GOP Leader McCarthy (National Journal)
    • WaPo's Wonkbook Breaks Down Key Issues in Transpo Funding Debate
    • Senate Hybrid Bill With Transpo Funding Yanked From Floor (The Trucker)
    • Will Houston See More Density or More Sprawl in the Future? (Houston Chron)
    • Gas Tax an Election Issue in Tennessee (Times Free-Press)
    • Business Lobby Opposes Tax Holiday Plan for Transpo (The Hill)
    • How Will Plans Develop for DC's Georgia Avenue Streetcar? (GGW)
    • Bike Lobbyists Meet With Congress (Bicycle Retailer)
    • Bankrollers Wary of Requests for Twin Cities Light Rail (StarTrib)
    • Pittsburgh Moves Forward With Downtown Bike Lanes (Post-Gazette)
    • What's the Recipe for a Successful City? (HuffPo)

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