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    • Planning Department Wants to Rezone Around Expo Stops (Curbed)
    • Political Posturing Making CEQA Reform Complicated (CA Environment)
    • LaBonge Unveils New Bike Lanes in Silver Lake (CBS2)
    • UCLA Continues Progress on Reducing Car Trips to Campus (The Source)
    • Gangs Harassing Food Trucks, Now They've Gone Too Far! (LAT)
    • NFL, L.A., Have Big Questions for AEG (Daily News)
    • Glendale Still Moving Forward on Bike Infrastructure (News-Press)
    • CA Police Give Drivers Heads-Up on Cell Phone Crackdown Planned for April (Daily Breeze)
    • Officials OK $8 Billion in CAHSR Bonds (Reuters)
    • Relying on Reason and Wendell Cox, Heritage Stands Against High Speed Rail (Foundry)

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