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    • CEQA Reforms a "Work in Progress" Still Moving Through Legislature in Sacramento (SacBee)
    • Harbor Commissioner: SCIG Makes Sense for Region Despite Local Opposition (Press-Telegram)
    • "Villaraigosa Defends Faulty Subway Science" (BH Courier)
    • Today Is Voter Registration Deadline for L.A.'s 5/21 Election (Daily News)
    • California High-Speed Rail Board OKs $96M, Two More Years for Contractor (Mercury News)
    • Columnist Uses Reason Report to Attach CAHSR, I Lose Interest (Daily News)
    • Conference of Mayors Still Love America Fast Forward (The Source)
    • Can We At Least Pretend Anaheim Trolley Plan Isn't Disney Subsidy? (Kitsap Sun)
    • Yay! Bike Week! Yay! (The Source)
    • Swanky Bev. Hills Hotel Offers Public Bikes to Guests (Curbed)
    • Daily Carnage: L.A. Drivers Really Need to Learn How to Drive in the Rain (CBS2)

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