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    • Does #RoadTax Endanger Measure R2? People That Don't Live in the City Say Yes (LAT)
    • Gory Crash Recreations Aimed at Encouraging Safe Driving at Valley Schools (Daily News)
    • 10 Super Entitled Reasons for Rich People to Oppose Bike Lanes in Bev. Hills (Curbed)
    • South L.A. Area Losing More Trees, This Time for Light Rail, not Space Shuttle (LAT)
    • Advocates and City Still Not Seeing Eye-to-Eye on Figueroa Land Bridge (KCET)
    • Surprise! L.A. Weekly Not Cool With State Vulnerable Road Users Law
    • Term Limits Will Lead to Changes with Supes (Daily News)
    • L.A. City Council Looks at Plans for Trash Collection (LAT, KPCC)

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