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OpenMarket.org. CEI Podcast For December 12, 2012: Ending The Beer Monopoly. Right-To-Work Laws Aren’t Perfect, But They’re Better Than The Likely Alternative. Obama’s Low-Quality College Bailout Will Fuel Skyrocketing Tuition. Sierra Club Transportation Report Unsurprisingly Trashes (Some Bad) Road Projects, Praises Transit And Bike Waste

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