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    • Bill to Grant CEQA Exemption to Kings Basketball Arena Is Unpopular (LAT, SF Chronicle)
    • Time Also Running Out for Meaningful Fracking Laws in Sacramento (LAT)
    • LAPD Explains What Happened in the Case of Melanie Freeland (Biking in L.A.)
    • SaMo/Westside Resident Groups Combine for Park2Airport (Lookout, Curbed)
    • Garcetti, Public, Ambivalent About Bringing the NFL to L.A. (LA Weekly)
    • Light Rail Company Moving American HQ from Mass. to El Segundo (Daily News)
    • Remembering the Horrific Metrolink Crash As We Approach Its Anniversary (VC Star)
    • Neighborhood Councils, Explained Once and for All (KPCC)
    • Angels Flight Trolley Flips and Rolls Over, No Injuries (LAT)
    • Big Blue Bus Releases Survey to Help Plan for Expo (Santa Monica Next)
    • Really? Herbalife? (LAT, Daily News)
    • And People Say Streetsblog Is Anti-Driver (LAT)

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