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8:28 AM PDT on June 7, 2013

    • Have Fun, Drivers. Clinton, Obama Both in Town (HuffPo, NBC4, The Source, KPCC)
    • Nonsensical BHUSD Presser Demands Monorail...Or Something...Nobody Understands It (Curbed)
    • New Lawyers for BH's Lawsuit Against Metro , FTA, Over Subway Route (BH Courier, Patch)
    • Boyle Heights Residents Develop Ap for Local Fruit Share (Boyle Heights Beat)
    • Metro Extends Time for People to Pay Express Lane Violations (The Source)
    • Crenshaw Subway Coalition Awash in Good Press Following Leimert Station Victory (City Watch)
    • Californians, and Most Humans, Worry About Impacts of Fracking (LAT)
    • KCET Goes for a Ride on the Silver Line
    • Because That's the Problem at LAX, the Police Don't Have Enough Power (KCET)
    • Bullet Train Picks Contractor, Controversy Ensues (LAT)
    • Meanwhile LAPD Treats Terrorism Convention Like Critical Massers Circa 2008 (CBS2)
    • L.A. Still Badly Trailing in Open Space Race (City Watch)
    • Federal Government to Withdraw Claim that Bike Helmets are 85 Percent Effective (GG Wash)
    • Daily Carnage: Truck Driver Threatens Commuter with Lead Pipe on 405 (HuffPo)
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