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9:07 AM PDT on April 20, 2012

    • Mike Antonovich Has Lost His Mind.  Really?  Gang Rape? (City Maven via LA Weekly)
    • Here's the Audio of Antonovich Comparing a Transit Tax to Sexual Violence (KNX 1070)
    • L.A. Observed Shows How To Criticize a Proposal Without Taking About Gang Rape
    • Beverly Hills High Alumna Speaks up for Subway Alignment (Patch)
    • "Crenshaw Subway" Advocates Ready for April 26th Board Meeting Too (Wave)
    • Tests Start Monday on North-South Orange Line Extension (Daily News)
    • Box: Not Impressed with Bike Share Announcement...What About Community Involvement? (City Watch)
    • Federal Budget, Passed by Senate Committee, Includes $81 Million for Subway, Connector (The Source)
    • CAHSRA Chair: Funding Uncertainty Normal for Transpo Projects (Sac BeeAP via CoCo Times)
    • Governor Brown Thinks Violating the Brown Act is Funny (LAT)
    • Hot NFL Rumor: We're Getting the Vikings! (Daily News)
    • Congratulations to Alice at The City Maven.  Her News Website Moves to KPCC on Monday

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