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Protestors block intersections in response to America's immigration laws.  Photo: Times
Protestors block intersections in response to America's immigration laws. Photo: Times
    • So.CA.TA's Richards Explains Turnstile Debacle to Fox News (LAist)
    • Fiorina in Favor of Texas Oil Companies' Meddling with State Greenhouse Gas Laws (LAT)
    • National Survey Lists Glendale as One of Most Dangerous Places to Drive (Glendale News Press)
    • Sadly, Mass Transit Projects Don't Reduce Population Growth (City Watch)
    • No More Parking at Broken Meters (ABC7)
    • Curbed Wants Your Vote for Best Street to Turn to Pedestrian Plaza
    • Epstein: Brooklyn's Waterfront Redevelopment Would Be Nice in L.A. (HuffPo)
    • At Grade Light Rail Not Controversial Everywhere (The Source)
    • Food Truck War on 5700 Wilshire Can Get Violent (LAist)

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