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    • State Lawmakers Take Aim at Free Parking (Times)
    • Metro Votes to Use Measure R Funds to Start Chatsworth Extension (Daily News)
    • City Watch Recaps a Busy Wednesday in City Hall
    • Movement Growing to Repeal State's Greenhouse Gas Law, AB 32 (KPCC)
    • $2.5 Billion Doesn't Buy What it Used To (Times)
    • Spreading the Pain: SF Crisis May Bring 10 Percent Cut in Muni Service (Streetsblog SF)
    • L.A. Wants a Quicker Boot for Naughty Parkers (Times)
    • Ohio Lottery Winner Collects Check, Is Killed While Crossing Street (MSNBC)
    • Dear Sec. LaHood: Wouldn't a National Traffic Hotline Lead to More Distracted Driving? (Directions)

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