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    • Council Will Consider, But Probably Not Vote, on New MOU for Stadium (LAT, Blogdowntown, Curbed)
    • Metro Staff Lay Out Ugly Impacts of Mica's Reauthorization Bill (The Source)
    • NorCal Farming Family Loves Taking Public Transit Around LA (LAT)
    • Bike Share Companies Show Off the Goods in Santa Monica (NRDC Switchboard)
    • Back-seat Driver: Believe It or Not, California Driving is Safer Than Ever (SacBee)
    • Alpern: Let's Take Race Out of Crenshaw Debate (City Watch)
    • AAA Responds to Heat from Not Supporting 3-Foot-Passing Law ([SIC])
    • I Never Want to Hear About Cyclists "Breaking Laws"  Council Encourages Drivers Not to Pay Red Light Tix (LAT)
    • Bev. Hills Losing Retail Business.  If Only There Were Some Way to Get More Shoppers (Patch)
    • A Conservative Take on the Bike Anti-Harassment Ordinance (American Thinker)
    • Bad Eight Days: Lose $7,000 Pledge on Bike v Flight Then Get Bike Stolen (Twitter)
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