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9:26 AM PDT on March 25, 2008

Cell Phone Law May Not Make Roads Safer (Times)

Detailed Article on Ballona Creek Bikeway Controversy (WildBell)

Global Warming's Threat to Tahoe (Times)

Bike Traffic School Debuts in Santa Cruz (TreeHugger)

PIRG Students Spend Spring Break Stumping for High Speed Rail (NBC11)

Miss Traffic Finalists Announced (Metro Rider)

One Killed in I-5 Crash (Daily News)

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