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    • Editorial: Driver's Licenses for Everyone! (LAT)
    • Deadly Hit and Run DUI Kills One Cyclist, Injures Other (Biking in L.A.)
    • Vernon Battery Recycling Plant Has Poisoned A Lot of People (LAT)
    • New Power Point Presentation Available for Union Station Master Plan (The Source)
    • Truckers an Ally on Clean Truck Rules (LAT)
    • Check Out L.A.'s Survey on Whether Planning and Building and Safety Should Merge (Curbed)
    • Bev. Hills City Council Hears Plans for Better Bike/Ped Infrastructure on SaMo Blvd (Better Bike)
    • Fracking Regulation Bill Heads to Governor's Desk (KCET)
    • Bomb Hoax on Metro Bus Gives Police Busy Morning (Daily News)
    • Huizar Says Streetcar Won't Cost As Much As Report Says (Curbed)
    • She's Coming Out and You Better Get the Bike Ride Started (Patch)
    • LA Basketball/Reality TV Star Earns DUI in the SFV (Daily News)
    • Don't Miss Gary's Photo Essay of Tongva Park (SM Next)

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