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9:42 AM PDT on March 29, 2012

    • Gov. Wants Expedited Review for High Speed Rail (LAT)
    • City Hall Thrilled with Dodgers Sale (Daily News)
    • Expert Baffled By Price Tag with Parking Lots Not Included (Daily News)
    • The Fans' Guide to Boycotting the McCourt Owned Dodger Stadium Parking Lots (LA Weekly)
    • Make Way for Expo: Parking Switch Coming to Colorado Avenue in Santa Monica (Daily Press)
    • City Can't Find $7 Million in Gasoline (LAT, Daily News)
    • Hollywood Debates Planning Standards at City Hall (Curbed)
    • USC: A Bike Thief's Dream (Biking In L.A.)
    • Bill to Ban Food Trucks Near High School Stalled in Legislature, For Now (LAT)
    • Statewide Distracted Driving Crackdown Begins in April (Mercury News)

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