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    • African-American Teen Sues Cops Who Tasered Her For Biking at Tacoma Mall (NYT)
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    • Pittsburgh, Columbus Pitch for the Smart Cities Challenge (Post-Gazette, Dispatch)
    • Honolulu Rail Project Uncertain After Feds Estimate Higher Price Tag (Honolulu Civil Beat)
    • How Cities Can Innovate to Fund Infrastructure (Houston Public Media)
    • Engineer in Last Year's Philly Amtrak Crash Likely Distracted (Inquirer)
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