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7:51 AM PDT on June 4, 2013

    • Con, Schiff, Councilman-Elect O'Farrell Want Metrolink to Study Yard Pollution (KPCC)
    • Assembly Not Thrilled with SoCal's Successful HOT Lanes (LAT)
    • Crenshaw Subway Coalition Credited with Success for Leimert Park Win (Wave)
    • Museum Officials Threaten Lawsuit Over Parking Deal (LAT)
    • Metro Seeks Permits for Late Night Regional Connector Work (The Source)
    • Steinberg's CEQA Reforms Move Forward, Development Reforms Likely Stalled (CP&DR)
    • Big Blue Bus Not As Awesome As We Think (Daily Press via Curbed)
    • Caruso Wants Major Expansion of Grove Trolley - LACMA, Parks (Curbed)
    • Stakes Are High as Trial on CA High-Speed Rail Lawsuit Begins (CoCo Times)
    • Former Metro CEO Roger Snoble Named Interim Director of Transit Agency (Desert Sun)
    • City Meters Collecting More from Credit Than Cash (LAT)
    • This Is News? Man Upset He Has to Pay for Polluting Car Buys Minivan (Daily News)
    • Bieber Fever: Homeowners Revolt Against Association for Rolling Over for Scofflaw Driver (TMZ)
    • Daily Carnage: Cyclist Killed in Huntington Beach 10th in Less Than 3 Years (Biking in L.A.)

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