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Today’s Headlines

8:47 AM EDT on June 1, 2015

    • Obama Signs Two-Month Highway Trust Fund Extension (The Hill)
    • Related: CBO Spitballs Future Short-Term Patches (The Hill)
    • CityLab Remembers That Time Reagan Raised the Gas Tax
    • In the Wake of Amtrak and Oil Train Crashes, Obama Taps Sarah Feinberg for FRA Post (The Hill)
    • U.S. Could Save Lives by Requiring Trucks to Have Side Guards (Next City)
    • Meanwhile, Pols Worry That Hackers May Someday Cause Vehicles to Harm People (The Hill)
    • Researcher: Cyclists Break Laws When Streets Are Designed for Cars (Next City)
    • Tesla Fight Points to Political Clout of U.S. Auto Dealers (Bloomberg)
    • After Fatal Crash, NASCAR Rule Aims to Keep Drivers From Running Each Other Over (WaPo)
    • Sinkholes: Wreaking Havoc Across the Globe (WaPo)

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