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    • Judge Preliminary Decision: Measure J Is Unconstitutional (LAT)
    • Metro Bike Share Offers Free Rides For Juneteenth (Biking in L.A.)
    • Riders Still Have To Mask Up On Public Transit (LAist)
    • How the Pandemic Reshaped Streets (LAist)
    • Is Post-Pandemic Gridlock Inevitable? (LAT)
    • UCLA Research Links Air Quality To COVID Vulnerability (Antelope Valley Times)
    • Flashing Yellow Arrows On Traffic Signals Here To Stay (Daily News)
    • Port Of L.A. Clean Truck Program Coming Soon (Daily News)
    • Carnage: Person Killed In Three Car Crash In Canyon Country (SC Signal)
    • Access Program Would Connect Locals To Stadium Gondola (Downtown News)
    • 4-Story 15-Home Mixed Use Building Opens Near Expo/Vermont (Urbanize)
    • Santa Clarita Plan Commission OKs 5 Transitional Housing Apartments In Newhall (SC Signal)
    • L.A. Electeds Threaten CA High-Speed Rail (SF Chronicle)
    • California's Hottest Driest Days Getting Drier (LAT)
    • Meet the Expert Conserving the Watts Towers (L.A. Taco)

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