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It's Good to Be Antonio!

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Despite nearly getting killed on the Orange Line yesterday, our mayor is having quite the week. US News & World Report named him one of the 25 Best Leaders in the nation further solidifying Villaraigosa as much a National force as a local one. With all this high risk and high praise, he still has had time to strongly push for the NFL's return to the city as well and scoop the press on the death of another significant leader and praising a civil rights hero.

Oh, and he's got some words for all you speed freaks out there who might cruise through red lights and hit a bus or some happy trick or treaters: slow down!