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    • Report: Americans are driving more every year. Erroneous conclusion: Therefore we must build more roads (Daily Republic)
    • CA legislature considers phasing out fossil fuel use over time (LA Times)
    • Cap-and-trade bill gave oil industry everything it wanted, but there is still room for environmental victories (East Bay Express)
    • CA senators call for more funding for clean trucks and buses (EconoTimes)
    • No, inevitable sprawl is not the issue driving lower transit ridership (Ethan Elkind)
    • Omnitrans adds bus service to Ontario airport (The Sun)
    • Rules change benefits Uber, Lyft; should reduce some congestion at LAX (LA Times)
    • Affordable housing bill faces 2/3 hurdle (Fox and Hounds Daily)
    • SF Chronicle takes a look at that court ruling on tax initiative vote threshold
    • Republicans may seek ways to keep in place 2/3 vote threshold for all tax increases (Desert Sun)

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