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    • Santa Cruz will hold annual Light Up the Night bike ride this Saturday (Santa Cruz Sentinel)
    • In Davis on Thursday: A forum to learn about cap-and-trade (Davis Enterprise)
    • Yes, Californians will need to pay for better transportation (Sacramento Bee)
    • Bakersfield Congressional rep McCarthy flouts his clout, exposes Chao as a “tool,” stomps on Bay Area business interests (Sacramento Bee)
    • Senator Feinstein banters with constituents, but not at a town hall (Sacramento Bee)
    • Governor Brown takes action on water, transportation infrastructure repairs (Lake County News)  (LA Times)
    • Cities try to lower speed limits to reduce deaths (Washington Post)
    • California affordable housing developers uncertain about proposed federal tax plan (LA Times)
    • Prohibiting dense development promotes traffic (LA Times)More California headlines at Streetsblog LA and Streetsblog SF

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