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8:52 AM PDT on July 27, 2017

    • Cap-and-Trade:
      • Brown signs pollution regulation bill, companion to cap-and-trade deal (LA Times)
      • Businesses spent lots in the lead-up to vote (E&E News)
      • A breakdown of cap-and-trade from an environmental justice perspective (Medium)
      • Deal unfair to Central Valley--where peeps gotta drive (Modesto Bee)
      • New York Times marvels at California climate change policies
      • Why cap-and-trade rather than carbon tax (GreenBiz)
    • Google Maps is already producing what the air regulation bill calls for: block-by-block air quality maps (Tech Crunch)
    • Paratransit leaves drivers broke, riders stranded (East Bay Express)
    • Development at BART stations slows to a crawl (San Francisco Business Times)
    • Alameda adds bike safety lessons to P.E. classes (East Bay Times)
    • Small daily ridership at Metrolink station shrinks when parking fee implemented (Daily Bulletin)
    • Orange County continues to expand 405, despite research saying it won't reduce congestion (LongBeachize)

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