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Today’s Headlines

7:30 AM EDT on July 5, 2007

    • Congestion-Pricing Campaign Focuses on Asthma (Daily News)
    • City Prepares to Regulate Pedicabs (City Room/NYT)
    • Nuclear Expansion Is a Pipe Dream, Says Report (Guardian)
    • Truck Parking Lot in Brooklyn Driven Out (Daily News)
    • New Bus Shelters Vandalized (Gowanus Lounge)
    • Personal Traffic Alerts, with Custom Data (NYT)
    • China Urged Omitting Pollution-Death Figures (NYT)
    • Chrysler Signs China Manufacturing Deal (NYT)
    • Ford, Chrysler Join Group Calling for Cuts in Greenhouse Gases (Autopia/Wired)
    • Companies Hiring Green Managers (NYT)
    • Prius Brand Still Dominates Hybrid Market (NYT)
    • Swedes Start to Question Heavy, Polluting Cars (NYT)

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