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    • Utility companies knew about climate change for decades (Grist)
    • Trying to breathe: For many Californians, local air quality is terrible (CalMatters)
    • San Diego neighborhood hears the usual tired arguments against its bike network (Union Tribune)
    • Court ruling on CEQA: same writer, different editors--
    • Transit deserts make it hard for people to get jobs and stay healthy (The Conversation)
    • Study: Driving for more than two hours every day is bad for brains (Independent)
    • Study: Americans waste $73 billion per year looking for parking (Geek Wire)
    • Study: Speeding kills nearly as many people as drunk driving (CBS)
    • First section of CV Link under construction (Discover Cathedral City)
    • Fact check: Yes, Inland Empire has second-fastest job growth in CA (PolitiFact)
    • Maybe youth should be allowed to join bike-share (CNN)

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