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U.S. Where Washington fails to drive progress, cities will act

THE NEW TRUMP ADMINISTRATION WILL DOMINATE headlines in 2017, but the biggest changes in the way we live will be driven not by Washington but by cities.

Even with one party in control of both Congress and the White House, special interests will continue to reign supreme. I wish our new President luck in fixing Washington’s dysfunctional politics, but doing so starts with

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