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    • Parks' Win a Setback for Unions? (LAT)
    • More on $50,000 Hit and Run Reward (Daily News)
    • Gas Prices Pushing People Back to Transit.  Too Bad We're Cutting Transit (CBS, The Source)
    • Yawn.  Another Study Shows L.A. Has the Worst Traffic (The Source)
    • Latino Population Approaching White Population in California (LA_Now)
    • Latest Pics of Orange Line Chatsworth Construction (Curbed)
    • WeHo Council Races About "Over-Development" (LAT)
    • Sadik-Khan's Supporters Include 1,700 New Yorkers and Ray LaHood (NYC Streetsblog)
    • Meanwhile, New York Media's Coverage Is Mocked Across the Pond and Across the Country (Guardian, HuffPo)
    • It’s Been 20 Years Since the Embarcadero Freeway was Demolished (Carl Nolte)

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