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  • More Opposition to Mica/Boehner Bill, The White House and Sac Bee Join the Chorus
  • "High Speed Boondoggle," HSR Opponents Launch Their Own Ad Campaign
  • Gold Line Foothill Extension Clears Hurdle with Settlement with Property Owner (SGV Tribune)
  • Bev. Hills Mayor Wants More Study of Subway Tunnel Route (Patch)
  • Zip Car Planning Ten More Cars in WeHo (LAist)
  • Should Downtown Be "Unified" in Redistricting?  Huizar Says Yes.  Perry Says No. (Downtown News)
  • Time to Revise Jay Walking Enforcement in Downtown Los Angeles (Brigham Yen)
  • Express Lanes Will Be Added to Six Freeway Stretches By the Bay (ABC 7)
  • Proposal for Part Time Legislature May Not Be Best Idea (Daily News)

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