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Today’s Headlines

10:23 AM PST on November 25, 2013

    • Guy That Killed City's Red Light Camera Program Aims at Parking Meters (Daily News)
    • Terrible Columnist Tim Rutten Opposes Transit and Congestion Pricing (Daily News)
    • O.C. DUI Lab Rife with Errors, Inconsistencies (LAT)
    • Walters: L.A. Highway Trust Fund Needs Fix (SacBee)
    • Wait a Second, After Excitement They Only Re-Opened Half the Entrances to 405? (The Source)
    • Cars Saved Cities From Horse Manure? What a Bunch of… Well, You Know (Cyclelicious)
    • Race for Zev's Seat Down to Two Heavyweights (Daily News)
    • The President Is Coming! Duck and Cover! (LAT)

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