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8:48 AM EDT on June 24, 2014

    • Incoming Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy Nixes Gas Tax Plan As “a Democrat Idea" (Transport Topics)
    • Obama Opposes Gas Tax Plan Too (The Hill)
    • The LA Times Supports It, For What It's Worth
    • LA Mayor Nominates "Bike Hippie" Seleta Reynolds to Run City DOT (Streetsblog LA, Cyclelicious)
    • NYC Mayor De Blasio Signs Vision Zero Bills, Says 25 MPH Limit Will Start This Fall (Streetsblog NYC)
    • Supreme Court Will Decide Whether Amtrak Has Too Much Regulatory Authority (Fed Regs Advisor)
    • DC Metro's Silver Line Will Open July 26 (WaPo)
    • Philadelphia Addresses High Ped Fatality Rate With New Safety Focus (Inquirer)
    • Short Short Stories Detailing Taxicab Frustrations Illustrate Reason for Ride-Sharing (WaPo)
    • Mr. Money Moustache Carries Large Equipment on Bike Trailer to Avoid Being a Car Clown

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