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Today’s Headlines

6:00 AM PDT on August 16, 2012

    • Pasadena City Council Unanimously Opposes I-710 Big Dig (SGV Tribune)
    • Najarian: Metro's I-710 Truck Numbers a "Snow Job" (Glendale News Press)
    • Social Media Abuzz with Anti-710 Commentary (Pasadena Sun)
    • Dirty?: "Metro to Build Huge Exploratory Tube Near Tar Pit' (Curbed)
    • Woman Hears Strange Noises in Head. Sues Santa Monica for $1.7 Billion Over Smart Meters (Daily Press)
    • Program Explains Federal Transportation Bill at Metro HQ (The Source)
    • Fiji Way in Marina Del Rey Gets a Buffered Bike Lane (Biking In LA)
    • Shocker: Reason Foundation Doesn't Like High Speed Rail (Daily News)
    • Summer Spirit Is Alive in L.A. (KCET)
    • Brown Stumping for Tax Increases (LAT)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

(Damien is traveling today, so Today's Headlines were completed last night. If he missed a good article, leave it in the comments section.)

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