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8:58 AM PDT on March 20, 2014

    • Poll Shows Only 40% Would Support Sales Tax for Road Fix. 2/3 Vote Needed (ABC7)
    • CA Transpo Commission Set to Approve Repressive Car-Centric Plan (NRDC)
    • MyFigueroa Due at PLUM Committee Next Tuesday (Facebook event)
    • LAPD Looking for Suspect in Bus Shooting (LAT)
    • HOT Lanes Hearings Start Saturday (Metro Press Release)
    • L.A. City Settles Art Walk's Car-On-Sidewalk Deadly "Unfortunate Accident" Case (LAT)
    • Art Leahy Opinion: Fare Changes Are Necessary (Daily News)
    • The Catch with Anti-Harassment Laws (Biking in L.A.)
    • Village at Westfield Topanga Clears Legal Hurdle, Gas Station Still Part or Project (Daily News)
    • Bernard Parks Jr. Won't Run to Replace Term-Limited Dad (DTLA News)
    • Don't Try This Inside: Musicians To Loiter Outside Metro Stations Tomorrow (The Source)
    • L.A. Sidewalks Got In the Way of My Happy Video (Honora Talbott YouTube via LAWeekly)
    • Carson Imposes Moratorium on High Tech Oil Extraction Aimed at Fracking (LAT)
    • "Mineral Rights" Groups Take Out Ads Against Bonin/Koretz (Facebook Post)

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