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8:02 AM PST on February 9, 2017

    • CA leaders agree on infrastructure priorities, and the Governor calls for April deadline on funding plan (LA Times)
    • Crunching the numbers of CA climate spending (LA Times)
    • State seeks applications for zero-emission school buses (NGT News)
    • GOP leaders are pushing a federal carbon tax (LA Times)
    • The legal limits on states cooperating on climate change (Ethan Elkind)
    • San Francisco Sunday Streets events for 2017 announced (SF Examiner)
    • In San Diego, police blame pedestrians for getting hit (San Diego Union-Tribune)
    • Colorado rejects law to let bicyclists use stop signs as yield signs (Streetsblog Denver) (Denver Post)
    • San Francisco moves forward with transportation demand management legislation
    • How cities twist state law on housing needs (Market Urbanism)

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