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    • Will E-Highway Help Solve Pollution Problems Along 710? (LAT)
    • Dear Courier, Now This Is an Official Response from Metro (The Source)
    • High Speed Rail the Latest to Expect Legal Fast Track (LAT)
    • Times' Boulevard Series Causing a Stir (KPCC)
    • Candidate Kevin James Calls for Longer Review of Farmers Field EIR (City Watch)
    • L.A. E-Car Drivers Drive Longer, Charge at Off-Peak Hours (LAT)
    • Caught Texting While Driving?  Fine Could Go All the Way Up to $30 (ABC7)
    • Bike Week Continues with Mid-City/Expo Ride (The Source)
    • Drunks!  Use This Guide to Avoid Traffic Stops and Get Where You Need to Go While Wasted (Daily News)

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