Maybe too many of us. And we’re going to have to get ready.
— Utah can’t keep sprawling — Salt Lake Tribune Editorial
"If Utah is going to continue to lead the nation in baby-making, there is only one thing that will save us: smart growth. ..."
[Utah has second-fastest urban sprawl — Lee Davidson | The Salt Lake Tribune]
— County, city growth talks right move — Spokane (Wash.) Spokesman-Review Editorial
" ... The effects of urban growth are widespread, affecting where traffic is funneled, where children attend schools, and whether police and fire can respond in a timely fashion. Wise growth improves economic prospects for everyone.
"Turf wars undermine a simple truth: We’re in it together."
— Cities form cradles of progressivism — Harold Meyerson | Special to The Washington Post
" ... Obama’s agenda may be stymied at the federal level, but in city after city, municipal versions of minimum- or living-wage increases, curtailment of immigrant deportations and the construction of green infrastructure are underway. ..."
— Things conservatives hate because liberals love them — Jamelle Bouie | Slate
" ... To the right-wing, mass transit is just another liberal attempt to force Americans into a kind of brutalist conformity. ..."
— Going the wrong way on Colorado HOV, toll lane policies — Denver Post Editorial
— It’s too soon to expand toll lane program — Los Angeles Daily News Editorial
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