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    • Uncertain Prospects For Pricing (Post, NYT, NY1)
    • Silver Plays It Close to Vest (Daily Politics)
    • Assembly Minority Leader Wants to Tie Pricing to Budget (Daily Politics)
    • Some Doubt Corzine's Sincerity in Pricing Flap (NYT)
    • The Case for Belt (Parkway) Tightening (Cap'n Transit)
    • LA May Levy Fees on Drivers to Fund Transit (LAT, via Planetizen)
    • The Hypocrisy of Libertarians Who Love Highways (Governing)
    • Lawsuit Could Force EPA to Regulate Auto Emissions (NYT)
    • Car Sales Down Big (NPR)

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