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    • Obama Infrastructure Stimulus Plan: Ambitious, Still Vague (Grist, NYT)
    • Bus Ridership Remains Strong in San Bernadino (SB Sun)
    • Hail a Cab Program Starts PR Campaign (Angelinic)
    • Kerry, Specter Introduce Bill to Fund High-Speed Rail (Boston Globe)
    • WaPo: Raise the Gas Tax
    • Is the Moment Ripe for a National Carbon Tax? (Grist)
    • Former Michigan Sen. Spencer Abraham: Save Detroit (NYT)
    • Metrolink Engineers Tried to Stop Rogue Train (Press Enterprise)

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