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8:40 AM PST on March 6, 2017

    • Mainstream media gets wind of proposed “California roll” law (LA Times)  (KTVU)  (SF Gate)
    • Rural California city concludes it has “no unmet transit needs” because unmet transit needs are unreasonable (Gridley Herald)
    • Proposed S.F. ordinance aims to fight bike chop shops (Hoodline)
    • Surprise! Central Valley Republicans don't believe in high speed rail (ABC News)
      • And they are pushing a transportation funding plan focused on roads and not raising taxes (Valley Center)
      • But people need to pay for what they use, including roads: L.A. needs tolls (LA Times)
    • Opinion: Cap-and-trade isn't working, so fix it! Somebody figure it out (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • Uber gives in, will apply for self-driving car permits (Mercury News)

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