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    • No, the Rolling Stop Law Is Poorly Written and Dangerous (National Law Review)
    • Despite "Give Me 3", Insurance Won't Pay Unless There's a Collision (Plaintiff Magazine)
    • Both Headlines Via Biking in L.A., Check Them Out for Daily Bike News
    • Plan for Car-Free Balboa Park Plaza in San Diego Moves Forward (KPBS)
    • Ballot Arguments Filed on Proposed Ventura County Sales Tax Initiative (VC Star)
    • Cap and Trade Talks Collapsing Over Oil Companies' Demands (CAHSR Blog, Daily News)
    • SF Chronicle Calls Program's Future "Cloudy"
    • Los Angeles Times Pleads with Lawmakers Not to Punt on Climate Change
    • Brown Launches PAC to Raise Funds to Fight Back (Wall Street Journal, North California News)
    • There's Also a Chance We'll Do Some Ballot-Box Planning on Cap and Trade (Scientific American)
    • Do Bright Colors Really Increase Bicyclist's Safety? (The Age)
    • Airbnb's Racism Problem Is Much Bigger Than a Few Racist Hosts (Medium)
    • Long Beach Plans for Density, Bike Lanes, Along PCH (LAT)
    • After Death of Chico Cyclist, Parents Undertake Her Bucket List (Opposing Views)

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