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    • Not Sure It's Creative, But If It Would Fix the Basketball Courts, Let's Try Naming Rights (KPCC)
    • Hooray! Light Synchronization! (NYT)
    • Supes Support State Bill Regulating Fracking, But on a Split 3-2 Vote (Patch)
    • CAHSR Hires Firm to Help Project Clear Legal Hurdles, Press Is Apoplectic (Daily News)
    • Pot Legalization Backer Opposes Bike Lanes Because He Doesn't Like Dude Supporting Them (Patch)
    • Marathon Crash Gets Some National Press (Velo News)
    • Dodger Shuttle Returns. (Downtown News)
    • Metrolink Ruling Confuses Many (Press-Enterprise)
    • Daily Carnage: Car Crashes Change Family's Lives in Instant (LAT)
    • Carnage Averted?: Police Impound 23 Cars in WeHo DUI Sting (Daily News)

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