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    • Editorial: L.A. Should Be Allowed Local Hire Program for Measure R (LAT)
    • Times Notes Conspiracy Theories Popping Up in Slow Olin Investigation (LAT)
    • Zev, Krekorian, Introduce Motion That Could Lead to Orange Line Gating (The Source)
    • Taylor Yards Bridge Plan On Track for Bike/Ped Access to Elysian (Curbed)
    • Official News Release on Monday's Red Line Murder (The Source)
    • Garcetti Wants Ground Access to LAX by Rail. Airlines Don't Seem Concerned (L.A. Airspace)
    • Airport Officials Also Worried About Tunneling Under Terminals (LAT)
    • Silver Lake Reservoir Pool Idea Mocked as "Hipster Beach" (Curbed)
    • We Know You Don't Like CAHSR, But You Don't Have to Do An Article Everyday (LAT)

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