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    • Voters Turning Against Prop. 23 and Prop. 19 (LAT)
    • Westside Subway, Regional Connector LPA's Move Through Committee (The Source)
    • Motorist Rams SUV Into School Bus Full of Children in Suicide Attempt (LA_Now)
    • More Bike Parking to Come (LADOT Bike Blog)
    • Could Union Issues Derail Expo? (Corsair)
    • More on Yesterday's Crenshaw/Boxer Presser (The Source)
    • Port of Los Angeles Got Some Federal Money Too (LA_Now)
    • Hey, Santa Monica Has Parking Problems Too (Daily Press)
    • More on Those EPA Stickers.  Hearing Later Today! (Bike Beverly Hills)
    • Obama Traffic Nightmare Totally Not Happening This Time, Maybe (LAist)
    • No Wait, It Is Totally Happening, ObamaLock! (LAT)
    • Obama's Itinerary and Directions for Tomorrow (Neon Tommy)
    • Prop 26 “Would Let Oil, Tobacco Companies Off the Hook” (Mercury News)
    • San Ramon-Based Chevron Launches PR Campaign; Yes Men Counter With Spoof Campaign (ABC7)
    • Happy Birthday, The Source, Happy Birthday to You

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