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9:07 AM EST on December 3, 2008

    • Big Three Are Back in DC, Asking for Help and Promising to Restructure (NPR, NYT)
    • Regulators Who Denied Climate Change Science Helped Make Detroit Less Competitive (Grist)
    • Confronting Fare Beaters Is a Tricky Task for Bus Drivers (NYT)
    • Cop Charged for Assaulting Pedestrian in Fit of Road Rage on Queens Boulevard (NYT)
    • Biden Talks Up Rail Investment at Governors' Meeting (Yglesias)
    • Prospect Park Road Diet Discussed at CB7 Meeting Yesterday (Bklyn Paper)
    • News Celebrates Brooklyn's Low Gas Prices
    • Early Observations of the Bronx Hub Redesign (Mott Haven't You Heard)
    • Hawaii Moves to Implement Electric Car Network (NYT)
    • Can a Wal-Mart Be Reclaimed By Going Mixed-Use? (Where via

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