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    • A Slew of Op/Eds Against Measure J (Jewish Journal, Beverly Hills Courier, HuffPo, Uprising)
    • How Are the Measure R Projects Doing, Anyway? (The Source)
    • Sales Tax and Fare Hikes Don't Mix (LAT)
    • AEG Reaches Deal on Housing with Community Groups Over Farmers Field (KPCC, LAT)
    • L.A. Economic Growth Outstripping National Averages (Daily News)
    • The "Wall of Blue" on Police Brutality Undermines Public Confidence in Police (LAT)
    • Regional Connector, Westside Subway Take Another Step Forward (The Source)
    • Behind the Orange Curtain Another Half Cent Transit Tax Is on the Ballot (OC News)
    • Study Finds SF Rides Transit More Than Any Other California City (BayCitizen)
    • San Diego Chooses Between Two Bike Boosters for Mayor (
    • SoCal Gas Drops Below $4 a Gallon (Daily News)

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