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Transportation for America: Newly approved transportation bill is a clear step backwards Unfortunately, this final bill moves closer to the House’s disastrous HR7, which was too contentious and unpopular to garner enough votes to pass. This final negotiated bill has been called a “compromise,” but it’s really a substantial capitulation in the face of threats by the House to include …

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The state of Rhode Island’s bridges (we’re number 3, and not in a good way), ways to re-use vacant lots, one woman’s special relationship with the Berlin Wall, unsprawling Rockville, Maryland, and more in today’s News & Notes.

Be counted

In Government by Jef Nickerson2 Comments

Seriously people, if we don’t all get our forms in, Worcester might get more forms in than us. We can’t let Worcester be the second biggest city in New England, that would be a disaster!* The Mayor has a lot of other reasons for filling out the form besides being better than Worcester: If your form is sitting on your …