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9:06 AM PDT on August 27, 2014

    • The Urban Oil Fields of Los Angeles (The Atlantic)
    • Cap-and-Trade Survives Oil Companies' Attack (CA HSR Blog)
    • How L.A. Doesn't Quite Repair Its Broken Sidewalks (LA Register)
    • General Motors Does Private Bike Share for Detroit-Area-Tech-Ctr Employees (LAT)
    • Overflow Crowds Call for San Gabriel Mountains National Monument (KPCC)
    • Burbank's Burbank-Chandler Bike Path Going Strong at 10 Years (Burbank Leader)
    • Big Blue Bus Benches That "Encouraged Loitering" Not Coming Back (SMDP)
    • Report: L.A. Solar Energy Potential Is Huge (EDF)
    • Analogizing White Privilege to Driver Privilege (A Little More Sauce)

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