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Featured Headline: I rarely post stuff that's straight opinion to the "Featured Headlines" section, but Ted Rogers' polite but firm thrashing of Governor Jerry Brown, the California Highway Patrol and Caltrans at Biking In L.A. is a must read.  "In fact, your veto may have increased the risk to cyclists. Many riders have reported an increase in unsafe passing since you vetoed SB 910, as your veto sent a clear message to some drivers that it is perfectly legal to pass a cyclist at less that three feet."

    • RENEWing L.A. through CicLAvia (HuffPo)
    • Daily News' Good Story, Provocative Headline, on Occupy L.A. (Daily News)
    • A Gratuitous Plug for the Blue Line (Militant Angeleno)
    • Flight vs. Bike Gets City Hall Honor from Rosendahl, City Council (Gary Rides Bikes)
    • California on the Low End of Return from Federal Highway Trust Fund (The Source)
    • 4 Year Old Goes for Joyride.  Crashes Mom's Car in Fullerton (LA_Now)
    • Sherman Oaks NC Holds Pothole Lottery (Daily News)
    • Long-delayed Cornfield Arroyo Seco Plan latest community meeting tomorrow (L.A. Creek Freak)
    • Here’s One We Haven’t Heard Before: Bikes Are Too Noisy (WPIX)

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