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8:23 AM PDT on July 10, 2017

    • Ya think? Our leisurely lifestyle may be contributing to climate change (OC Register)
    • California continues to negotiate over what to do about it (Western Growers)
      • ....complicated by Assemblymember's move to Congress (LA Times)
      • There's a deadline looming (Santa Cruz Sentinel)
      • and competing proposals (Carbon Pulse)
      • Whatever deal is made, it won't go as far as France, which plans to ban sales of gas and diesel cars by 2040 (Guardian)
    • Foster youth get bike training (
    • In Pasadena, bike repair comes to you (Pasadena Star-News)
    • Driver of two-ton truck found not at fault in collision with 10-year-old on a bike (Union Democrat)
    • Facebook plans a mixed-use campus in Menlo Park (Fortune)
    • This board game is about bike touring (Coloradoan)

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