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    • Opponents of Climate Law Miss Deadline for Signature Gathering (LAT)
    • Caltrans Drops $26 Million to Fix Concrete Barrier on the 710 (LAT)
    • This Time, You Really Can Blame Obama for a Lousy Commute (LAist)
    • LAT Columnist: We Need Dirty Air to Keep Planet Cool
    • Bike Thefts and Arrests Up in the Downtown (KPCC)
    • The Abandoned Suburb 100 Miles North of LA (Good)
    • Metro's Marketing Campaign Is Praised (Curbed)
    • Bicyclists Allowed on Sacramento's K Street Mall for First Time in 23 Years (SacBee)
    • Roadshow Looks at the Dangers of the "California Stop"

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