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7:12 AM PST on March 9, 2011

    • Incumbents, Hand Picked Successors, Roll in City Elections (LAT)
    • Ballot Measures Enjoy Broad Support, Except Prop. O (Daily News)
    • Gas Prices Highest Since 2008 (Daily News)
    • Council Rushes $1 Billion in CRA Plans (Curbed)
    • AEG Outlines Plans for Environmental Review for Farmers Field (Neon Tommy, LAist)
    • Metro Saves Bus Route Connecting Burbank to Glendale (News-Press)
    • Transit Service for Dodgers Games Includes Better Metrolink Schedules to/from Union Station (Dodgers)
    • Beverly Hills Courier Sets the Record Straight on The Source Story Setting the Record Straight
    • Not Everyone in California Wants CAHSR Money (The Hill)
    • A Fun Review of Saturday's CicLAvia Fundraiser (Glosh Guide)
    • Metro Hangs Out with Some Bike Commuters (The Source)

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