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Today’s Headlines

9:04 AM PDT on September 11, 2015

    • Again: special session on transportation will not reach a deal this week (KQED)(San Luis Obispo Tribune)
Things to consider in the special session (NRDC)
    • Business groups still support the idea of raising taxes for transportation (KPCC)
      • ...saying: “If you can't move people and can't do business” (Beyond Chron)
    • S.B. 32, successor bill to Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006, withdrawn until next year (LA Times)
    • Pundits ponder the meaning of climate change “losses” in Sacramento (Bloomberg)
    • The legislature is “backsliding” on climate change (LA Times)
    • Senator Frazier focuses on trucking: forum next week in San Bernardino (Fontana Herald)
    • LA Metro pursues bill that would allow it to partner with private companies (Lexology)
    • Lawsuit filed against LA's Mobility Plan 2035 (LA Weekly)
    • Tech shuttles may become permanent part of transit in SF (SF Examiner)
    • Do radar signs make people stop speeding? (Plan Philly)

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