1. In the latest of a string of campaign finance-related troubles, Congressman David Rivera faces questions about his campaign debts.
  2. Now that SunRail’s set to roll, a California project offers a preview of how it might influence development patterns.
  3. Are intercity buses really cheaper than trains? Perhaps not. Perhaps it’s not an either/or proposition.
  4. Is there a better way to save money on corrections than privatization?
  5. Here’s a little straight talk from Senate budget chief J.D. Alexander.
  6. Number of day: $2.37 million — Amount of money Floridians have poured into President Obama’s reelection fund, tops among states that aren’t deep blue.
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