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7:46 AM PST on March 2, 2012

    • Governor Brown Squelching Tax Initiatives from Reaching Fall Ballot (LAT)
    • Daily News: Council Should Stop Car Impound Policy Change
    • Expo Phase I Opening Pushed to May(be) (Curbed)
    • Greuel: No More Budget Gimmicks (Daily News)
    • Lots of People Park in the Spring Street Green Buffered Bike Lane (Flying Pigeon)
    • ELACC Hosts 2nd Street Vendor Fundraiser Tonight in Hopes of Legalizing Street Vending. (Facebook)
    • California Gas Usage Was Falling Even Before Price Hikes (SacBee)
    • Those ExpressLane Signs Keep Rolling In (The Source)
    • Metrolink Gets $3.7 Million to Improve Train/Bus Crossing (Railroad Track and Structures)
    • Big Plans to Make Colorado-Esplanade a Livable Street in SaMo (Curbed)
    • El Monte Bus Station Delayed Because of Underground Debris (SGV Tribune)

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