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    • Man Who Caught LAPD Kicking at Cyclists at May Critical Mass Sues LAPD (LA Weekly, ABC7)
    • Metro Finally Considering Hiring Inspector General, After Three Years (LAT)
    • Instead of a Car/Truck Tunnel, How About a Rail Tunnel to Solve "710" Problem (Glendale News-Press)
    • Fierce Battle Expected Over Gov.'s Proposal to Kill CRA's (LAT)
    • The BoSS's Boss Steps Down.  Box: "A Great Loss to the City." (City Watch)
    • City Retreats from Ocean, Abandoning a Parking Lot in Venura (LAT)
    • Santa Monica Scraps Bike License Program (Gary Rides Bikes)
    • Some Car Crashes Are So Violent, I Don't Even Have a Joke (LA_Now)
    • Gerald Desmond Bridge without Bike Lanes a Black Eye for Long Beach (Examiner)
    • Fatal Hit and Run Driver Still at Large (Daily News Wire Service)
    • LADOT Bike Program Opens Facebook and Twitter Pages (LADOT Bike Blog)
    • Department of DIY goes to Guadalajara (Take Part)
    • Gen Y: Not Enamored With Car Dependence (WSJ)

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