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    • State Supreme Court rules that SANDAG did not “abuse its discretion” by ignoring greenhouse gas reduction target in its Regional Transportation Plan (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • Assemblymember Holden hopeful that Caltrans will agree to forget about 710 tunnel (South Pasadena News)
    • Cap-and-trade:
    • Can a plastic bag law be a model for climate change solutions? (City Observatory)
    • Palo Alto to get bike boulevards (Mercury News)
    • Opinion: SB 35 will help create more affordable housing (Examiner)
    • Politico's list of the greatest risk to cities left out a few keys things: concentrated poverty, affordable housing, climate change (City Observatory)

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