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8:44 AM PDT on May 8, 2012

    • Mocking the Beverly Hills PTA Video Goes Mainstream (CBS2, LAT, City Watch)
    • Cue the Panic.  Mayor Wants to Increase Parking Ticket Costs (LAT, LAT)
    • Pasadena Weekly Pulls No Punches, Parrots BRU Line on Transit Racism
    • Little Movement on 30/10 (Neon Tommy)
    • Unsafe Expo/Grammercy Bike Crossing Gets a Little Better (LADOT Bike Blog)
    • Centinella/Pico Getting New Expo Adjacent Apartments (Curbed)
    • Metro Still Taking Heat for Rail Car Contract with Cars Built in Japan (Intersections South L.A.)
    • Do "Three Foot Passing Laws" Actually Work? (Atlantic Cities)
    • Metrolink CEO John Fenton Leaves for Job in Florida (LAT)
    • Homeless Advocates Fight City Hall Attempt to Ban Tents in Parks (Daily News)
    • Long Beach Proposes Bike Safety School for Cycling Scofflaws Instead of Tix (Facebook)
    • Scenes From SF's "Sunday Streets" in the Mission (Mission Local)
    • Mitt: I Fixed the Auto Industry (Yahoo)

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