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8:03 AM PDT on April 8, 2013

    • Editorial: Unions to Blame for Slow Pace of CEQA Reform (Daily News)
    • Even as CEQA Blasted For Delaying Wonderful Emerald Necklace Plan in SGV (SGV Trib, Star-News)
    • Christine Dahab Pleads Guilty, Faces Jail Time (Biking In L.A.)
    • Merge Building and Planning Departments, Some Officials Say It Could be Villaraigosa's Swan Song (Downtown News)
    • Thank Goodness Someone Has Done Something About Charming, Harmless St. Vincent's (LAT)
    • High Speed Rail Dolls Out $50 Million in Contracts (ABC 7)
    • While Gov. Brown Visits One of the More Successful Lines in China (SacBee)
    • PATCH's Turn to Create L.A. County Dangerous Intersection Map
    • Artists Chosen for Phase II of Expo Line Stations (Curbed)
    • Many Renters No Longer Consider Home Ownership a Worthy Goal (LAT)
    • I'm Not Sure What to Make of this City Watch Piece on Bicycling and Sharrows
    • Not Everyone Buys Culver's Chamber's Presidents' Apology to Cyclists (Biking in L.A.)
    • Daily Carnage: Big Rig Crashes on 605, Fuel Spill Closes Lanes (LAT)

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