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Thinking about green jobs and journalists jailed in North Korea

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Where are California's green jobs? (Greenspace)

Pet Responsibility Act clears state Senate hurdle; bill would mandate spay/neuter for California dogs (L.A. Unleashed)

City blinks in standoff with school district over Echo Park street closure (Eastsider L.A.)

Seeking a high road on fees to ease traffic (SoCal Minds)

How May 19 election is just like 'Rashomon' (Cal Buzz)

Getting real about high-speed rail (L.A. Streets Blog)

Wilshire Boulveard Temple expanding, rumble on, you crazy architects (Curbed L.A.)

Cerritos College: Newspaper will publish again (Canalis Report)

Trial coming for journos Laura Ling and Euna Lee (L.A. Observed)

 
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