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    • AEG Execs. Bragging That City Council Vote in the Bag.  Environmental Review Not Started (City Maven)
    • Councilwoman Perry Demands Proof Stadium Won't Impact Budget (LAT)
    • More on America Fast Forward and the Momentum It's Creating (AFL-CIO, KCRW)
    • Huizar Fighting Gentrification Plan/Apartment Razing on the Eastside (LA_Now)
    • Alex Thompson Files to Run for City Comptroller in 2013 (Bikeside)
    • Judge Orders "Street Racer" to Pay for Injuries for Man He Crippled with Intentionally Dangerous Driving (LA_Now)
    • Review of Tuesday's Bike Parking Ordinance Hearing (LACBC Blog)
    • Major Problems on Imperial Highway Bike Lane (Biking In L.A.)
    • Is West L.A. Ready for Its Crenshaw/LAX Line? (City Watch)
    • Long Beach Continues to Collect Grants for Sustainable Planning (LB Post)
    • Food Trucks Sue Morovia Over Parking Ordinance (LAist)
    • Zipcar Launches in Sacramento (Sac Bee)
    • Barbara Boxer Bikes Brooklyn Bike Lane? (Streetsblog NYC)

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