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    • State's power grid, sort of dependent on solar, survived the eclipse just fine (SF Chronicle)
    • California can teach a thing or two about climate policy (New York Times)
    • Video: Caltrans adds “complete streets” in Joshua Tree
    • Recap: How SF's bike-share system became a symbol of gentrification (Guardian)
    • Applications slowing for CA immigrant drivers licenses (SPCR)
    • BART's longest-serving employee is a train operator: 47 years and counting
    • Rainbow crosswalks can nurture trust (Quartz)
    • A little background on the causes of California's housing shortage (Sacramento Bee)
    • Downsizing: Tiny homes now include cars? (Christian Science Monitor)
    • Ray Bradbury saw this a long time ago: A future run by Amazon, Whole Foods (Fast Co Design)

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