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8:45 AM PST on November 19, 2015

    • Lawyers manage to convince a jury that faulty design and “unreasonable” bike rider caused rider's death, not the drunk driver who hit him (Desert Sun)
    • VW: Prioritize those communities most affected by your diesel pollution (Greenlining)
    • Cities and states try to crack down on distracted bicycling (Government Tech)
    • Woodland recognized as "bicycle friendly" (Daily Democrat)
    • Explore downtown L.A.'s underground pedestrian tunnels (CityLab)
    • New Kings Stadium in Sacramento plans high-tech solutions for people arriving by car, plus a few crosswalk improvements—no mention of bikes (Government Tech)
    • Successful joint cap-and-trade auction nets $900 million in pollution credits (Sacramento Business Journals)
    • Analysts predict strong economy, budget surplus in California (Sacramento Bee)
    • Report: Investments in climate change huge, but may not be enough (Pacific Standard)
    • Super Bowl committee won't ask Muni to remove its overhead wires after all (Hoodline)

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