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Video: Community Activist & City Council Candidate Stephen Box Tells NBC His Platform is More than just Cycling

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The discussions about recently-announced candidate Stephen Box for Los Angeles' fourth district has LAist readers wanting more from him about where he stands on the issues.

Although Box has worked as a community activist and organizer in various fields, he's most known for his involvement in the cycling community. So is his a platform just about cycling or there more to him than that? NBC's Fred Roggins put that question to Box last night, which is featured above in this three and a half minute clip.

- Cyclist Activist Stephen Box Announces Candidacy for L.A. City Council
- Reaction Mixed to City Council Candidacy of Activist Stephen Box