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    • Measure J Officially Dies with 66.1% of the Vote (The Source)
    • Alameda County to Recount Votes for Measure B1 (CoCo TimesEast Bay Express)
    • Roadshow: “Ridiculous” Two-Thirds Vote Margin For Transpo Tax Measures Should Be Lowered
    • Garcetti, Greuel, Obvious Early Frontrunners (LAT)
    • Streetsblog Contributor Carlos Morales Opens a Bike Shop (Biking in L.A., Boy on a Bike)
    • Who's a Scofflaw Now, Stoner? (Press-Telegram)
    • This Port Strike Is Getting Expensive (LAT)
    • City Watch Reprints NYT Article on Crenshaw
    • CA'S Urban, Transpo. Policies Are Unhealthy, Cause Asthma (Press Release)
    • British Health Experts, Cycling Better Than Couch Surfing (Streetsblog Cap. Hill)
    • Car Sales Way up in November (Daily News)
    • CHP to Crack Down on Cell Phone-Using Drivers This Week (SacBee)
    • Former Caltrans Boss Hikes Fares on Way Out Door at OCTA (OC Weekly)

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