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    • Mayor Threatens to Shut Down "Non Essential" Agencies for Two Days a Week (LAT)
    • If LaHood Is Serious About Biking, Maybe He Should Look at L.A. (Switchboard)
    • Can HSR Dodge a Bullet? (City Watch)
    • LAT Backs Personality Tests for Metrolink Engineers
    • New Nuggets on the Regional Connector (The Source)
    • Why the Ending of a Non-Denominational Easter Service at the Bowl Matters (City Watch)
    • Murder Charges Reinstated on Fatal Big Rig Driver from Angels' Crest (LAT)
    • Bike Co-Op The Hub Opens in Long Beach (Bicycle Retailer)
    • Another Dead Pedestrian on the PCH.  This Time the Cops Charge Murder (LA Now
    • Hey, LAT!  SF Streetsblog Gets to Publish on the Chronicle's Homepage...

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