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8:37 AM PST on November 16, 2012

    • Crime Spikes on Metro...It's No Longer Just Sheriffs Hitting People (NBC4)
    • Construction Will Continue on Expo Line While Lawsuites Continue (Curbed, The Source)
    • Bullet Train Opening Date Moved Back (LAT)
    • 110 Tolls Peak Higher Than 91 Tolls (OC Register)
    • Is Bev. Hills Mayor a Traitor? (Courier, L.A. Weekly)
    • Animal Sculptures Bring Some Life to Avenue of the Stars in Century City (Curbed, Patch)
    • Council President Wesson Pushes Sales Tax for Public Safety (Daily News)
    • Dems Big Wins Puts Focus on High Speed Rail (Merc)
    • The Election Is Over, But the No on J Signage Lives On (LITE)
    • Best Wishes, Ted (Biking In L.A.)

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