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    • Orange County approves almost $20 million for bike/ped improvements (OC Register)
    • L.A.'s Expo line needs more cars for its surging ridership (LA Times)
    • There really are late-night transit options in and out of San Francisco (SF Bay)
    • California climate change policies:
      • Report: They are spurring development of clean tech industry (CALSTART)
      • “Business-friendly Democrats” are a threat (Planetizen)
      • Some Assemblymembers demand an audit of cap-and-trade (LA Times)
      • Environmental justice takes a leading role (Inside Climate News)
      • Businesses want California to set a 2030 climate target (Bloomberg)
      • CARB goes ahead and proposes future GHG limits (Lexology)
    • How to talk about climate change without scaring off your conservative relatives (Ethan Elkind)
    • Time to panic! Sacramento to consider variable pricing on downtown parking (Sacramento Bee)
    • The next big fight over housing could be in your backyard (Washington Post)
    • Why poorer, less educated people are leaving California (KPCC)

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