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Today’s Headlines

8:51 AM EDT on July 16, 2015

    • Obama Won't Veto the House's Extension Even With Senate Just Days From Passing 6-Year Bill (The Hill)
    • Pairing Transpo Funding With Immigration Will Somehow Make It Less Controversial? (Roll Call)
    • Congress At a Loss, Now Considering Raiding Federal Workers' Retirement (The Hill, WaPo)
    • Dems Say Commerce Committee's Bill Section Rolls Back Safety (Reuters)
    • Fast Ferries Could Be a New Option For DC's Bridge-and-Tunnel Commuters (WTOP)
    • 9 Percent Fare Hikes For NJ Transit (Patch)
    • DC Challenged For Ticketing Cars Blocking a Streetcar That Still Isn't Running (WJLA)
    • Austin Is Breaking Records For Traffic Fatalities This Year (KEYE)
    • Tampa Police Accused of Harassing People "Biking While Black" (ABC)
    • Vermont Seeks to Quadruple Rail Ridership (Int'l Railway Journal)

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