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    • BHHS Anti-Subway Scapegoat N0. 362: Isis Terrorists (LAist)
    • Innovation Stories from 12 Cities (LAT)
    • More NELA Safety Gibberish and Double-Talk From Cedillo Staffer (Orange 20)
    • Cities Rethinking Urban Freeways, Present Company Excluded (LAT)
    • L.A. Great Streets Initiative Visits Pasadena, Talks Parking (Great Sts Tumblr)
    • A Look At Santa Monica's Well-Being Initiative (Santa Monica Next)
    • Greenhouse Gas Emissions Are Rising Nationwide (KCET)
    • Governor Brown Vetoes One of Four Hit-and-Run Bills A.B. 2337 (Biking in L.A.)
    • Cutting Chicago Parking Requirements Encourages Transit-Oriented Development (Orlando Sentinel)

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