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9:20 AM PDT on April 1, 2013

    • L.A. Weekly Keeps up the Heat on Hit and Run Coverage
    • Bloomekatz's Swan Song: Measure J Defeated by Handful of Upscale Communities (LAT)
    • NELA Bike Lane Controversy Heads to Neighborhood Councils (Flying Pigeon)
    • Meanwhile NELA Rag Chides Huizar for Bike Lane Support (Boulevard Sentinel)
    • Rosendahl, Waters, Break Ground on Sepulveda Sidewalk Fixes (Bill Rosendahl)
    • Culver City Chamber of Commerce President: Bikes Are Menaces and I Am Incapable of Making a Logical Argument (Patch)
    • His Article Demolished by Bike Blogger (Just Another Bicyclist)
    • Engineers, Conservationists, Work for Fix to Watts Tower
    • Crash of the Day: Man Crashes Into WalMart, Goes on Attack (Daily News, LAT)

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Outside of the broadcast, Streetsblog will only be publishing breaking news today. The Live Stream will start in just a couple of minutes...City Attorney Candidate's debate at 9:15, CD 9 Candidates at 10:05, CD 13 candidates at 11:05.

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