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    • New state bill inspired by Moms4Housing would reduce empty homes, protect tenants (SF Chronicle)
    • Trump is a comedian, bashing high speed rail and CA policies on water, homelessness for laughs (Politico, LA Times)
    • Study: People in Los Angeles believe they are safer in cars than on transit, but they're not (USC)
    • LA considers its own housing bill that would increase density only in areas already zoned for density (LA Times)
    • L.A. Metro's system revamp may eliminate limited stop lines (Curbed)
    • Video: End the silence on traffic violence (Families for Safe Streets)
    • The transportation plans of presidential candidates (Transportation 4 America)
    • Trump rhetoric vs reality on transportation spending (CityLab)
    • Vicious cycle: As houses became expensive investments, homeowners fought new development to protect their investment (Time)
    • Rich cities are getting richer, but not bigger (NY Times)

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