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9:19 AM PST on December 12, 2022

    • Mayor Bass, New City Councilmembers Sworn In (LAT, LAist, CNN)...Bass Declared State Of Emergency To Address Housing Crisis (LAT)...Housing Top Issue For Progressive Councilmembers Hernandez And Soto-Martinez (LAist)
    • Disgraced Councilmember de León Assaults Protestor (LAT, KNOCK-LA)
    • Metro Restored Pre-COVID Level Of Transit Service Yesterday (The Source)
    • Metro Approved Fare-Capping With No Fare Increase (The Source)
    • Metro Approved Watered Down NSFV Bus Improvements (The Source)
    • Listing Of L.A. City Active Transportation Grants Approved (Green Car)
    • New Sherman Oaks Homeowners Anti-Sepulveda Rail Flier (Reddit)
    • Caltrans Looks To Reopen Long Closed San Gabriel Mtns Highway 39 (SGV Tribune)
    • Townhomes Could Help L.A. Housing Crisis (Daily News)
    • Carnage: Pedestrian and 3 Kids Hospitalized In NoHo Car Crash (CBS2)...Person Killed In 405 Rollover Crash In Signal Hill (LB Post)
    • Can Red States Embrace Electric Cars? (LAT)...Switching To Electric Cars Isn't Enough (LAT)

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