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8:09 AM EST on November 13, 2007

    • Autobesity: We Have a Driving Problem (Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel)
    • Bay Area Drivers Would Support 25 Cent Global Warming Gas Tax (SF Examiner)
    • NY Assembly Minority Leader Says Cut State Gas Taxes Now (Cap Confidential
    • Poll Finds Citizens More Prepared for "Green Sacrifice" Than Governments (BBC)
    • Portland Unveils Carbon Tax and Breaks for Developers (Oregonian via CTC)
    • Big Oil CEOs Say Supply Will Not Meet Growing Demand (Oil Drum)
    • Last of Seized Park Land Fenced for Yankees Parking (News)
    • Store & 200-300 Parking Spaces Planned for Historic Brooklyn Site (Brownstoner)
    • Corcoran Urges Home Owners to Pave Their Lawns (Forgotten NY, Queens Crap)
    • Times Editorial: Don't Rush to a Fare Hike (NYT)
    • Three Pretty Moronic Letters to the Editor Re: Last Week's Grrdlock Article (NYT)

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