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    • Cell Phone Law Hasn't Impacted Street Safety (Times)
    • Mayor Heading to D.C. to Lobby for Subway Funding (Daily News)
    • Environmental Justice for Sale: NFL Stadium Developer Gave Half a Million to State Political Campaigns (Times)
    • L.A.Considering 500 More Layoffs (Times)
    • Neighborhood Councils Vow to Fight Budget Cuts (City Watch)
    • The Source Has Four Stories on Friday's Gold Line Crash (One, Two, Three, Four)
    • Is Long Beach the Most Bike Friendly City in America? (Greenspace)
    • Freight Train Crash in Riverside Snarls Metrolink (PE)
    • Carmakers Try to Make Crashes Less Deadly: The Sordid Details (TreeHugger)
    • Electric Bikes an $11 Billion Global Industry (NYT)

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