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    • Planning Commission Vote on New Bike Parking Postponed Until June (Daily News, LACBC/Twitter)
    • Enviros. Worry Ordinance Could Endanger Affordable Housing (Green L.A.)
    • Bikeside, Our 501c(4), Endorses Debra Bowen for Congress in the 36th (Facebook)
    • Grove Developer Caruso Walks Like a Mayoral Candidate, Talks Like a Mayoral Candidate (LAT)
    • Expo Phase II Meetings Going Well (The Source)
    • It's Time to Bring Back the South-Central Garden (LAT)
    • House Republicans Plan to Cut Transportation Funding (The Source)
    • Not Everyone in Beverly Hills Thrilled with Spending Bond Funds to Fight the Subway Route (Patch)
    • UCLA Study: L.A. Will Lead Way on Elective Vehicles and Hybrids (KCET)
    • Washington, California, and the Curious Case of the Railway to Somewhere (Transport Politic)
    • Finally, Some Reflective Clothes That Are Slightly Stylish (Boing Boing)
    • Oberstar, Out of Power But Not Ideas, Wonders if America is a Third Wordl Nation (Minn. Post)
    • WSJ Writer: "It's a very big country and the entire infrastructure is predicated on scandalously cheap energy" (GRIST)

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