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8:08 AM PDT on October 1, 2012

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    • Another Snoreageddon (LATLAT, Daily News)
    • It's Over, If You Didn't Notice (LAT, Daily News)
    • Cars Take the Streets in West L.A., There Were Backups, As There Are Every Saturday (Daily News)
    • As Cars Stumble and Bikes Rise (Daily News)
    • Un-Documented Immigrants Can Get Drivers Licenses (LA Weekly)
    • Finally, Sanity on Road Widening Projects Seeping Into Carmageddon Discussion (LAT)
    • Gov. Signs Two Bills Regulating "Buy Here Pay Here" Dealerships (LAT)
    • Council OK's Stadium (LAT, KPCC)
    • Architects Group Doesn't Like Plans for Convention Center (Daily News)
    • Crowd of 200, Mostly Opposing Expansion, Show up for Big Dig Forum (Patch)
    • BizFed Backs Measure J (Asian Journal)
    • Op/Ed: Connecting Sprawl with CA's Fiscal Disaster (LAT)
    • More Bike Lanes in Downtown Los Angeles on Grand, Olive (Downtown News)
    • Right Place, Wrong Time. San Diego News Crews Call in Hit and Run (Biking in L.A.)
    • Cities Abandoning the Helmet When Promoting Cycling (NYT)

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