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8:59 AM EDT on April 16, 2015

    • "Free-Range Parents" Will Seek Legal Remedies Against Police Who Detained Their Children (Salon)
    • Drivers License Suspension Often Tips Low-Income People Into Punishing Cycle of Poverty (NYT)
    • Minnesota Governor Pushes Plan to Borrow $842 Million for Transportation Projects (Star Tribune)
    • Boston's MBTA Scaling Back Late-Night Service (WBUR)
    • Dallas Morning News: Instead of Trinity Toll Road Highway, How About a Smaller Road
    • Georgia Man Arrested After Trying to Build Guardrail Where His Daughter Was Killed (Georgia TipSheet)
    • New Traincars Introduced for DC's Metro (The Hill)

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