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L.A. City Council members vent over distracted drivers and pedestrians

Los Angeles City Council members have a message for drivers and pedestrians more focused on sipping lattes, texting friends and reapplying mascara than on getting home safely: Knock it off.  A routine vote Wednesday on whether to accept a $500,000 grant to promote Vision Zero turned into a passionate discussion...
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