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8:53 AM EDT on July 22, 2015

    • McConnell and Boxer Release Bill Just in Time to Get It Shot Down -- For Now (National Journal, Politico)
    • Bill Proposes Selling Oil From Strategic Petroleum Reserve, Assumes 90% Rise in Oil Prices (The Hill)
    • Here Are the Other Pay-Fors in the McConnell-Boxer Bill (The Hill)
    • Foxx: Failure to Build Tunnel Under the Hudson "Almost Criminal" (Capital New York)
    • Maryland Officials Searching for a Lower-Cost Alternative to the Red Line (WBAL)
    • Rhode Island Gov Ousts Top Transportation Officials (AP)
    • Flooding Reveals Vulnerabilities in California Bridges (AP)
    • Motor City Has 170 Miles of Bike Lanes (Model D)
    • The Suburban Office Park Is Joining the Shopping Mall in the Junk Heap of Architectural History (WaPo)
    • Low-Density Zoning Makes Public Education an Asset of the Wealthy (District MeasuredVox)
    • Mileage-Based User Fees Won't Work If You Don't Plan for Inflation (Tax Justice)

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