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    • Schumer Feared Infrastructure Would Split Dems, But Trump Led With Healthcare Instead (Axios, Vanity Fair)
    • In Wake of Obamacare Repeal Collapse, CityLab Urges GOP to Turn to Infrastructure
    • Seattle Has Made Little Progress Reducing Greenhouse Gases Because People Are Driving Too Much (KUOW)
    • Autonomous Vehicles Could Entrench Car Ownership Even Further (Guardian)
    • Car-Free Renters Typically Pay 16% of Their Rent for a Parking Spot They Don't Use (Quartz)
    • Facepalm: National Renewable Energy Lab's Suburban Denver Campus Has Lots of Free Parking (City Observatory)
    • California Transportation Chief: 65% of State's New Transportation Spending Goes to Fix-It-First (Governing)
    • Cap-and-Trade Program Extended to 2030 After Bipartisan Vote by California Legislature Yesterday (LA Times, Streetsblog California)
    • Opposition to Oregon Bike Tax Crops Up From Republicans and John Birch Society (Fox News, New American)
    • Protected Bike Lanes Can Do the Most Good Where People Are Already Bicycling (Strong Towns)

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