Joshua Cohen

Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition

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Attorney with the Law Offices of Paul F. Cohen who specializes on bicycle-related cases; member of the Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition

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California drivers listen up: A new law went into effect yesterday, designed to make bicycle riding safer on busy streets and highways.

Can a New Law Make LA Drivers Bike-Friendly?

California drivers listen up: A new law went into effect yesterday, designed to make bicycle riding safer on busy streets and highways.

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