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    • Why Is It So Complicated for Non-Car-Reliant Religious Groups to Meet w/0 Parking? (Daily News)
    • Driver Slams Car Into Pole, Splits It In Two, Dies (LAT)
    • Gold Line Foothill Extension Passes the Halfway Point (The Source)
    • You Can Now Do Mobile Ticketing for LADOT Transit Services (Press Release)
    • Brown, Garcetti, Feds, Meet Behind Closed Doors to Talk Climate Change (Daily News)
    • Details Emerge on Caltrain/High-Speed Rail Plans (SF Examiner), But Not HSR Funding (PA Online)
    • The L.A. Newspaper Group Is Not Impressed (Daily News)
    • Have Term Limits Hurt CAHSR on the Political Front? (CAHSR Blog)
    • Here Is L.A.'s First Legal Mural Under New Ordinance (Curbed)
    • This Is What a Near-Dooring Looks Like on GoPro (Biking in L.A.)
    • Now the Daily News Is Starting to Panic Over Gas Prices' Slow and Steady Rise
    • Major Lane Closures on 405 This Weekend for Project That Is Totally Worth It (LAT)

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