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9:46 AM PST on January 24, 2013

    • Lowering CA’s Two-Thirds Vote Threshold for Tax Increases Could Help Transit Agencies (SF Exam)
    • America Fast Forward Making an Impact Nationally (The Source)
    • While Metro Board Considers More Funding Options for Measure R Projects (The Source)
    • CD 13 Candidate Writes Long Piece on Future of Biking in L.A. (Josh Post)
    • Council Reviews P.R. Contracts for LAWA (LAT, Daily News)
    • Boxer Wants More Energy Efficiency, Possible Carbon Tax (Politico, SF Gate)
    • Are CA Lawmakers Getting Reimbursed for Private Car Trips? (Daily News)
    • Metro Board Meeting Underway (The Source)
    • Perry: Fining People to Park at Broken Meters Is Wrong (HuffoPo)
    • Entitlement on Display: Drivers React with Fury Over Columnist Encouraging Reporting of Lawbreakers (Daily News)
    • CEQA Under Assault (Capitol Weekly)
    • Good News Cyclists, Pedestrians, Transit Riders...It's Not Wet for You (Daily News)

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