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Today’s Headlines

7:43 AM PST on January 25, 2017

    • L.A. Metro get record ridership levels for Women's March (LA Times)
    • State appeals court hears cap-and-trade arguments (Sacramento Bee)
    • Trump orchestrates major shift on climate and environment (The Dirt)
    • L.A.'s Orange Line, a busy BRT route, will get upgrades (Curbed)
    • San Diego adopts urban forestry plan (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • CA climate policies boost economy in San Joaquin Valley (Ethan Elkind)(Fresno Bee)
    • CARB releases proposed extension for cap-and-trade (NGT News) (
    • And oil companies support it—over other “more economically harmful” emission controls (Sacramento Bee)
    • Ten cities that are improving public transit (Curbed)

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