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    • Study: Clearly marked bicycle lanes are better for safety—and traffic flow (MN Transport)
    • San Jose set to open new two-way protected bikeway with bike signal (Cyclelicious)
    • Among the problems in Houston: Getting rid of the many damaged cars (Jalopnik)
    • Spending cap-and-trade: Priority should be the most vulnerable among us (Capitol Weekly)
    • State Supreme Court decision "rips a hole in Prop 13" (Legal Planet)
      • ruling that tax measures by initiative--not government-led--can pass with a majority vote (LA Times)
    • CA legislature moves toward agreement on housing bills (Capital Public Radio)
    • Report: As income inequality rises, do does the rent burden on lower income folks (CityLab)

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